Newborn & Toddler Sleep

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How To Sleep Train a Child Who is Able to Stand

How To Sleep Train a Child Who is Able to Stand

Sleep training isn’t the route all parents choose for their babies from the beginning. So what happens when your baby is older and you decide that you want to sleep train them? You may find yourself wondering how to sleep train a child who is able to stand already....

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Ways To Prevent Cold and Flu For Your Kids

Ways To Prevent Cold and Flu For Your Kids

Calling all parents, guardians, and caregivers… This one’s for you! There’s one thing you all have in common regarding caring for your children. You all dread cold and flu season. You’re probably wondering if there are ways to prevent cold and flu for your kids. ...

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How to Help Your Toddler Fall Asleep Faster

How to Help Your Toddler Fall Asleep Faster

If you’re wondering how to get your toddler to sleep, I’m here to be your guide into an easier bedtime routine.  You’ve survived the infant phase. Those sleepless nights are behind you (or so you thought).  Now here you are with a toddler, the sleep struggles are...

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Understanding Baby Wake Windows

Understanding Baby Wake Windows

New parents have likely heard the term “wake window” before but may not know what it entails for their newborn (or why it’s so critical to healthy sleep for infants!). A wake window is how long your baby can comfortably stay awake between naps and before overnight...

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Why Do Babies Fight Sleep: 5 Reasons & What to Do

Why Do Babies Fight Sleep: 5 Reasons & What to Do

When your baby refuses to rest, it feels like you’re trying to solve an impossible puzzle. They’re not hungry, their diaper is clean, and they have everything they need to conk out, but instead, you’re both exhausted as you attempt to understand what’s causing your...

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Surviving the 12-Month Sleep Regression: 5 Tips

Surviving the 12-Month Sleep Regression: 5 Tips

Throughout your child’s life, there will inevitably be some ups and downs with their sleep patterns, especially when they’re young. Sleep regressions are natural, and the 12-month sleep regression is a common developmental leap that many parents dread. By the time...

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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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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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