Newborn & Toddler Sleep

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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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How to Wean from Breastfeeding

How to Wean from Breastfeeding

One of the biggest turning points in a baby’s life is the transition away from breastfeeding. It’s also a major step for nursing moms who may have mixed feelings about weaning their little one. It’s completely natural to experience a wide range of emotions, from...

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How to Stop Bottle Feeding a Two-Year-Old at Night

How to Stop Bottle Feeding a Two-Year-Old at Night

As your child grows, so do the joys and challenges of parenting. One of the challenges many parents face is stopping their two-year-old from nighttime bottle feedings. While it may seem like an impossible task, this shift is a natural part of your child's development...

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When to Start Dropping Night Feeds

When to Start Dropping Night Feeds

Whether you feed your baby two or five times overnight, one commonly asked question I get is, “When can I start dropping night feeds with my little one?” After all, one less night feed can allow you and your baby to get several additional hours of sleep per night....

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How to Get a Newborn on a Sleep Schedule

How to Get a Newborn on a Sleep Schedule

Wondering what the first 6 weeks of your baby’s life should look like? With so much going on during this time, it can feel very overwhelming! Here are my top priorities to help lay a solid foundation for sleep while your baby is young. Keep reading to learn how to get...

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What Your Newborn’s Wake Windows Should Be

What Your Newborn’s Wake Windows Should Be

When you have a newborn, you can’t really wait until you see those sleepy yawns to put them down for their naps. Why? That’s because newborn sleepy cues aren’t consistent or reliable for those first 12 weeks. As your baby takes in their world, it’s easy for their...

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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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