Binky Felstead rejoices as baby sleep expert moves in to help Wolfie switch beds

Binky Felstead has enlisted the help of a baby sleep expert to help her son Wolfie switch beds – with her even moving in to make sure the transition goes smoothly.

The Made in Chelsea star took to her Instagram stories to introduce the Magic Sleep Fairy, AKA Alison Scott-Wright, an infant reflux and sleep expert, and author of The Sensational Baby & Toddler Sleep Plans.

Binky explained that her one year old son has been waking up “around 4/5am for the last couple of months,” and has been sleeping with her and her husband, Max in their bed.

So aftera babymoon to Omanahead of the birth of her third child, Binky is keen to help Wolfie transition into sharing a room with his five year old sister, India.

“India and Wolfie have now got bunk beds,” the 32 year old captioned a video posted on her Instagram Story.

“The transition started today at lunch [fingers crossed] tonight goes OK – will keep you posted!” she typed, as she took her followers on a tour of the bedroom, complete with the new beds.

“Got the famous and wonderful @magic_sleep_fairy staying this week helping with everything and wow I’ve learnt SO much! Will be posting soon…” Binky added.

The influencer, who recently reassured fans that she hasn't given birth yet, then shared more footage from a baby monitor that was filming her young children as they slept.

“Allison and I are going to be discussing moving kids into the same room/bunk beds soon,” she penned, before rejoicing: “I cannot believe he’s actually sleeping in his new bunk bed!”

Binky’s next shot featured little Wolfie sound asleep, and she was clearly ecstatic that he slept in his new room and bed.

She let her followers know that the next challenge is whether the youngster will sleep the following night with his older sister in the room, due to the fact that Wolfie’s current room will become the baby’s.

Binky revealed that as well as helping her monitor Wolfie's sleep, Alison even made gluten-free flapjacks for the kids as her son's sleeping problems could be do with his stomach.

Revealing how the night went, Binky added on Friday morning: “I’m getting lots of you asking how last night went with the kids sharing the bunk beds for the first time.

“Wolfie went down at 7 really well, India joined at 7.15 in the top bunk and they both slept super well until Wolfie made a little noise around 5.30.”

While this woke India up, Binky added that the kids then fell back to sleep again until 6, when Wolfie made lots of noise and ended up back in his parent’s bed.

On Alison's advice, she's investing in a gro clock for the little one, so that through colours and pictures, he can understand when it’s time to sleep and when it’s time to get up.

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