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5 Ways to Handle the 9 Month Sleep Regression

5 Ways to Handle the 9 Month Sleep Regression

All you tired mamas, this one’s for you! If your baby is around 9 months old and suddenly shows changes in their sleep routine, they may be experiencing a sleep regression.  Here are some signs that your baby may be going through a sleep regression:  Your baby is...

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How to Get Rid of the Pacifier

How to Get Rid of the Pacifier

Ah, the pacifier. What began as a quick solution to your newborn’s fussiness has turned into an unwanted staple in their regular sleep routine. Pacifiers are useful tools to help young babies rest easier, but eventually, you’re going to have to figure out how to get...

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4 Ways to Manage Sleep Deprivation as a New Mom

4 Ways to Manage Sleep Deprivation as a New Mom

If you're scrolling your phone in the darkness of your infant’s nursery and your eyelids are heavy just reading this, chances are you’re a sleep-deprived new mom. Trust me: I understand that struggle firsthand. As a mom of three and a pediatric sleep specialist, I’ve...

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Navigating the time change for kids

Navigating the time change for kids

It’s almost time to “spring forward” into daylight saving time! If the thought of disrupting your child's sleep routine is making you feel anxious, take a deep breath. I’ve got you covered! Remember, this is the easier of the two time changes! What to Expect On...

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Benefits of Essential Oils for Babies

Benefits of Essential Oils for Babies

I want to talk about one of my favorite things for health, wellness, and emotional well-being: essential oils! Specifically, I want to focus on doTERRA Essential Oils. This post will be beneficial to you, whether you’re familiar with all the benefits of essential oils...

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Two Year Old Nap Strike: What to Do

Two Year Old Nap Strike: What to Do

Just when your household seems to have struck a healthy balance with a toddler on a great sleep schedule, the dreaded “terrible twos” roll along to shake things back up again.  This phase can begin prior to their second birthday, depending on your little one’s...

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What Should My 12-Month-Old’s Sleep Schedule Be?

What Should My 12-Month-Old’s Sleep Schedule Be?

If your baby is nearing one year old, it probably feels like you can hardly believe it's been a full 12 months since you birthed that little baby into this world! You’ve survived all the ups and downs that come with the first year of life and are now wondering what...

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How to Manage an 18-Month Sleep Regression

How to Manage an 18-Month Sleep Regression

By the time your baby is 1.5 years old, you’ve probably gone through at least one phase of sleep regression with them. Whether it was at 4 months, 6 months, or another point in their growth, babies commonly regress in their sleep progress, seemingly inexplicably. The...

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How to Navigate Parental Preference

How to Navigate Parental Preference

To be the preferred parent or not to be the preferred parent? That is the question that many parents find themselves asking. It can be so nice to be wanted, but so hard at the same time. It’s also hard to be rejected, but so nice to get a break now and then. Yup, you...

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For a year, I had been up with him 4-10 times a night. He would only go back to sleep while nursing or sucking on a bottle. It was brutal, but I kept telling myself “It’ll be better next month,” or “I’m being a good mother by responding to my child’s needs.”

Jennifer A.

10 Simple Ways to Get Your Baby to Sleep Better Tonight

These tips are simple, easy to implement, and created to help your baby slowly step into a healthy, secure relationship with sleep!

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