The 24-month-sleep regression is considered to be the most difficult. Keep reading to find out what it is, what causes, and how long it will last.
Is it time to introduce a lovey to your little one? These are an easy (and fun!) way to help your toddler self-soothe during sleep periods. Today, I’m giving you the inside scoop on these fantastic sleep tools, including what to look for and how to introduce one to your child. But first things first: The American Academy of Pediatrics … Read More
Christmas – the most wonderful time of the year! I mean, there’s family and friends, eggnog, cozy fires, pajama pants all day without judgement, and gifts! It truly is a great time. Want to know what’s not wonderful though? An overtired child having meltdowns, night wakings, and early mornings from exhaustion.
So you’ve sleep trained your baby or toddler and have created a nice routine. Everything is like clockwork until … BAM. Suddenly, your little one is waking up multiple times a night. Hello, developmental milestones! These transitions, while exciting, can make for some pretty rough nights. But don’t worry! I’m sharing what to look out for and how to help your … Read More
Traveling with babies can be overwhelming, right? The thought of vacationing with your little one might leave you wondering why you booked that “relaxing” vacation in the first place. I get it, sister. You’re worried your baby won’t feel comfortable in a new place, or your toddler will be too overwhelmed, excited, and wound up to settle down. And what … Read More
When it comes to sleep training, it seems like everyone–from your mother-in-law to complete strangers–has opinions, which is why I’m sharing 3 sleep training studies to help you feel confident about sleep training. Do a little research before deciding if sleep training is right for your family. Why? You’ll have more confidence in your decision, and the research will equip … Read More
I feel that even speaking of co- sleeping as a Sleep Consultant is almost taboo. I’m not here to judge or to try and change your parenting styles. A lot of Moms do co-sleep and I’m finding it particularly common in the newborn phase. Unfortunately, studies show that co-sleeping with a baby younger than 4 months increases the risk of SIDS.
The reality is- I’m so not ready for this baby. I’m not ready to be done being pregnant for the last time, for feeling Baby give me a remindful poke when I’m wandering the grocery aisle that he/she (likely a she) is with me, I enjoy being pregnant- I enjoy feeling baby move, and it makes me sad to think this will be my last time being pregnant and experiencing this.