Night feeds. They’re all part and parcel of being a parent and whilst you can’t beat the bonding that takes place in those wee hours, you also can’t escape the fact that they can be pretty exhausting - give us ALL the coffee. So, we’ve decided to give you a hand with some night feed products that may just make it a little easier.

Sit back, er, relax, and take note, because these might just buy you a bit more sleep. Disclaimer: We said may… 😁

1. Meemo Feeding Light

Lucinda and Quinn trying out the Meemo Feeding Light

Meemo Feeding Light, £45.

It’s totally normal for newborns to wake every few hours at night to be fed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start helping them differentiate between day and night. Keeping lights off, or low, during night feeds will start their journey into this, as well as stopping them from being overstimulated or waking fully. This Meemo Feeding Light is perfect for doing just that. It attaches to your clothes with the clip, and emits a soft glow that encourages sleepiness, while making sure you can see what you’re doing too. Winning.

2. Lulla Doll

Alisia trying out the Lulla Doll Sleep Aid

Lulla Doll, £50.

Whether you're bottle or breast feeding your baby, they’re always close enough to hear or feel your heartbeat and be comforted by your smell. However, once they’ve had that closeness during a feed, getting them back into their cot can sometimes be tricky… Think out the box with this sleep aid that was coined by a mum who wanted her preemie to feel close to her during her stay in hospital. The Lulla Doll imitates a human's heartbeat and absorbs your scent so your bub can feel your closeness when you put them down after a feed. It may just mean you get back to bed for a couple of hours too.

3. Etta Loves Sensory Muslins 3 Pack

Sensory muslins from Etta Loves

Etta Loves Sensory Muslins 3 Pack, £24.

We feel uncomfy after a big meal and it’s the same for your little feeder too. But, we’ve all been in that ‘to burp them, or not to burp them’ situation at night for fear of waking them up after their feed. As sense always prevails, you can keep them comforted and your PJs clean while you do this, with these Etta Loves Sensory Muslins 3 Pack. Super soft and in cute prints, they can be used as swaddles too making them perfect for keeping babe soothed after their midnight feast - as long as it's still clean!

4. Ergobaby Natural Curve Nursing Pillow

Hana and Rose testing the Ergobaby Natural Curve Nursing Pillow

Ergobaby Natural Curve Nursing Pillow, £60).

We know how night feeds can feel. You’re barely awake yourself and your body feels, well, heavy. It’s so easy to slouch when you’re tired and this can lead to some serious backache the next day. Take the weight off your arms if babes getting a bit heavy, and get support for your back with a nursing pillow. Suitable for both breast and bottle feeding, the Ergobaby Natural Curve Nursing Pillow has been specially designed to keep baby high up in the tummy to tummy position, so that it's comfy for both of you and helps prevent slouching (and the resulting backache). It also raises their head slightly up to help aid digestion, meaning, well, hopefully, less wind.

5. Comotomo 5oz Twin Bottle

Marni using the Comotomo 5oz Twin Bottle

Comotomo 5oz Twin Bottle, £21.

Want someone else to tackle the night feed? But babe breastfeeding? Express your milk and use a bottle that mimics breastfeeding. The Comotomo 5oz Twin Bottle has been designed to most closely mimic natural breastfeeding. The naturally shaped, soft, silicone nipples are ideal for babies who have trouble transitioning from nursing to bottle-feeding, while the base is soft and skin-like for babes to hold on to. It’s also equipped with dual anti-colic vents that are smartly designed to, prevent colic. Mum’s turn to sleep!

6. SnuzPod2 3-in-1 Bedside Crib & Mattress

The Snuz SnuzPod 3 keeps baby close for safe co-sleeping

Snuz SnuzPod 3, £200.

Best way to make night feeds easier? Not having to get out of bed 🤣. The Snuz SnuzPod 3 keeps babe by your side but in their own space. When they cry, just pick them up and give them their feed. It also means you’re right next to them when they need comforting too.

So there we have it, products that may help with night feeds. In the meantime, we recommend coffee, lots of coffee…