Newborn & Toddler Sleep

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Your Baby’s Sleep Window, And Why You Need To Understand It

Your Baby’s Sleep Window, And Why You Need To Understand It

Understanding your baby’s “sleep window” is one of the keys to helping a baby learn to sleep independently. Getting your baby down in their sleep window (i.e. before they become overtired) will keep fussing to a minimum and allow your baby to go to sleep on their own...

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The Why Behind the Cry

The Why Behind the Cry

Why do Babies Cry? Babies cry for a variety of reasons. They may be tired, hungry, wet, overstimulated, overtired, too warm or too cold. The American Academy of Pediatrics tells us that “all babies cry, often without any apparent cause”. The AAP recognizes crying as a...

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What Is A False Start?

What Is A False Start?

Have you heard the term False Start? Many parents, especially if you're a NEW parent, have never heard of this. A False Start is when you put your baby to bed for the night and they are up again in Less than an hour.  Typically a false start means your baby is...

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How to Stay Connected While Raising Young Kids

How to Stay Connected While Raising Young Kids

Staying connected once you start having kids doesn't just happen. Many parents find themselves months down the road realizing that they haven't had any time alone with their partner since the birth of their baby! Then add more kiddos into the mix and your relationship...

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How to Ease Separation Anxiety

How to Ease Separation Anxiety

Does your child cry, scream or cling to you when you try to leave? Whether you're simply walking into another room or leaving them with a sitter. One day your child does fine with separating from you and the next it seems he’s in full-blown separation anxiety! ...

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Eat, Play, Sleep…Why This Routine Just WORKS

Eat, Play, Sleep…Why This Routine Just WORKS

 Eat, Play, Sleep. You may be very familiar with this routine or it may be completely foreign to you. If you have no idea what I'm talking about then keep reading… Eat, Play, Sleep is the routine I recommend to ALL the families I work with. Whether you have a baby...

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Toddlers and Sleep Boundaries

Toddlers and Sleep Boundaries

Toddlers and Sleep Boundaries. This is a subject that I love talking about because so many families suddenly find themselves with a toddler who is getting up at night or pushing boundaries and turning bedtime into a 2-hour process! You now suddenly find yourself...

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Sleep Training and Attachment

Sleep Training and Attachment

Sleep training and attachment…. This is the question that I get asked more and more regularly. “Is my baby gonna be ok if I sleep train?”. It's a hot topic regarding baby sleep and is passionately debated anytime sleep training is talked about. You have two camps…....

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Managing Bedtime Routines with Multiple Children 

Managing Bedtime Routines with Multiple Children 

Most parents will be faced with having to manage bedtime routines with multiple children solo. Whether you have to do this on a regular basis or just once in a while, having a plan can make all the difference between a peaceful bedtime or a chaotic one! Managing...

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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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