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Preparing your Child for Daylight Savings: A Quick Guide

Preparing your Child for Daylight Savings: A Quick Guide

[ 0 ] 12:11 pm |

Remember before you had children when gaining an hour was such a luxury? Not so when it leads to overtired, cranky little ones and 5 a.m. wakeup calls. Don’t panic parents! Here are some tips to help you prepare your little ones for the change in advance. Option #1: Do Nothing If your child is […]

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Baby Not Sleeping? Just Breathe. It Gets Better!

Baby Not Sleeping? Just Breathe. It Gets Better!

[ 2 ] 7:43 am |

As a sleep coach and postpartum doula, I thought motherhood would be so much easier for me than for the average mom (pausing for your laughter…). Every day, I supported parents through the transition of having a new baby, teaching them how to soothe their fussy babies. I knew all there was to know about […]

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5 Common Childhood Sleep Myths Debunked

5 Common Childhood Sleep Myths Debunked

[ 2 ] 8:00 am |

When baby isn’t sleeping, you may be willing to try anything to get those little eyes to close. And while well-meaning friends and family always have their best advice handy, many parents compound the sleep problem by following the wrong advice. Here are 5 common sleep myths you’ll want to avoid: Myth #1: “If I […]

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Transitioning to One Nap – Winning the Dreaded Nap Battle

Transitioning to One Nap – Winning the Dreaded Nap Battle

[ 0 ] 10:20 am |

So you sleep-trained your baby and thought your sleep troubles were behind you. Then it happens – the dreaded nap battles. Does one of these scenarios sound familiar? Your child takes an hour to fall asleep. Your child falls asleep easily but won’t nap in the afternoon. Disorganized napping makes early evening an all out […]

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Baby Cries All Day: Is it Possible to Have All-Day Colic?

Baby Cries All Day: Is it Possible to Have All-Day Colic?

[ 4 ] 4:29 pm |

It it possible to have all-day colic? If not, why does my baby cry all day? Prior to having kids, you might have imagined parenthood something like this:  You bring your baby home from the hospital, still slightly hungover on adrenaline and hormones, and prepare for your new life together. You already know babies cry […]

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