About Meg Faure

I have created a mobile application that delivers age related content and a bespoke routine daily, drawing on 25 years of experience as an infant specialist as well as the content in my 8 parenting books (including 2 best sellers)

My background as an Occupational Therapist has seen me working with infants in the USA and South Africa. I am passionate about helping parents with picky eaters, sleep problems and fussy babies. Through my work, I have come to understand that what works for irritable babies works just as well for all babies, worldwide.

I have loved delivering lectures and talks internationally, as well as co-authoring Baby Sense, Sleep Sense, Feeding Sense, The Baby Sense Secret, Pregnancy Sense, Weaning Sense and Allergy Sense, which create the platform to share my ‘sense’ on how to sooth infants, manage sleep habits and feeding problems.


The Sense Series

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Baby Sense

The ultimate guide to feeding, sleep, routine and stimulation for your baby’s first year of life.

Translated into 6 languages and in its 18th print run, Baby Sense has become South Africa’s best-loved baby care book. Drawing on the expertise of Occupational Therapist Meg Faure and Nurse & Midwife, Ann Richardson, Baby Sense provides a clear view of a baby’s sensory development, emotional engagement and practical issues of the first year of life.

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Alergy Sense

Many parents find themselves paralysed with confusion and fear when faced with a diagnosis of allergies for their child. Information abounds but it is frequently inaccurate and thus may create more confusion. Enter Allergy Sense, a practical guide for living as a family with an allergic child.

This much-needed new title comes from the respected authors of bestselling parenting guide Weaning Sense and once again combines the formidable knowledge, insights and experience of an occupational therapist, an allergy specialist and a paediatric dietician.

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Weaning Sense

Offering a weaning solution from expert authors based on your baby’s sensory personality, Weaning Sense demystifies weaning and, using current research, gives you an easy to use, real food solution.

Grounded firmly in science and using simple and inspiring ingredient combinations with minimal equipment and quick preparation times, the authors introduce a revolutionary way to wean babies. Includes over 50 delicious foolproof recipes. Demystifying the weaning world and helping you grow healthy tummies and happy babies (and moms) in no time!

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Sleep Sense

Follow the simple steps to a full night’s sleep for babies and toddlers, with Sleep Sense by Megan Faure & Ann Richardson.

Offering simple and sensible solutions by establishing healthy habits, Sleep Sense will ensure you and your baby will get a good night’s sleep.

Sleep Sense offers a different approach to sleep, one that works well for you and your baby in nine simple steps.

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Pregnancy Sense

Pregnancy is a journey like no other. It is the start of a new human life. Your nutrition, wellbeing and emotions during this wonderful time play a large role in defining the rest of your baby’s life. The experience must also be safe and containing for you to provide your baby with the ultimate start and shape his potential.

Birth – your baby’s entry into our world – is a profoundly significant moment, one you don’t get to repeat. Being empowered with knowledge, understanding your choices and being active in the process will make a huge difference. Ultimately it does not matter how your baby is born; what matters is how you experience it and that it is safe.

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Feeding Sense

Uncertain of what to eat in pregnancy or while breast feeding? Challenges with breast or bottle feeding? Or just looking for practical guidelines on introducing solids? Whether you have a fussy eater or an allergic baby, Feeding Sense prepares you for the road ahead and guides you through all your baby’s feeding milestones.

Follow a sensible approach to your baby’s nutrition and health, with Feeding Sense by Megan Faure, Katherine Megaw & Dr Simon Strachan.