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What To Do When A Drowsy Baby Won’t Sleep

A false start is not the same as the usual nighttime wake-up. These are two different situations which therefore have separate  solutions. The difference is that with a nighttime wakeup, the baby has been asleep for at least an hour or so. Usually, nighttime wake ups are the result of hunger, the need for a diaper change, or a baby’s inability to string their sleep cycles together.

Why Does My Baby Take Short Naps?

A false start is not the same as the usual nighttime wake-up. These are two different situations which therefore have separate  solutions. The difference is that with a nighttime wakeup, the baby has been asleep for at least an hour or so. Usually, nighttime wake ups are the result of hunger, the need for a diaper change, or a baby’s inability to string their sleep cycles together.

Why Won’t My Baby Sleep Through The Night?

A false start is not the same as the usual nighttime wake-up. These are two different situations which therefore have separate  solutions. The difference is that with a nighttime wakeup, the baby has been asleep for at least an hour or so. Usually, nighttime wake ups are the result of hunger, the need for a diaper change, or a baby’s inability to string their sleep cycles together.

Why Is My Child Waking Up After Twenty Minutes?

A false start is not the same as the usual nighttime wake-up. These are two different situations which therefore have separate  solutions. The difference is that with a nighttime wakeup, the baby has been asleep for at least an hour or so. Usually, nighttime wake ups are the result of hunger, the need for a diaper change, or a baby’s inability to string their sleep cycles together.

NEW Safe Sleep Guidelines

The first night your child sleeps in their own room seems like it would be amazing… no more rustle that wakes you up, no more little baby snores… but for many, it’s even more stressful. The baby monitor will be cranked up. You may even be sneaking into their room …

Sleep with a New Baby in the House

Congrats! A new baby sister or brother is on the way! How are you staying on track with the older sibling’s sleep? Do you have a plan to keep your family sleeping with this new addition? A new sibling often throws schedules up in the air for a bit. If …

What If Baby Looks Uncomfortable?

A sleeping baby is adorable and if you’re like me, it pulls at all your heartstrings. It’s probably why you can find so many amazing photos of your baby sleeping in your phone’s camera roll. The peacefulness. The way that they hold their little pudgy arms up over their head. …

magnesium supplement to help child sleep

Will Magnesium Help My Child Sleep?

Magnesium has been getting a spotlight in the health news lately, especially regarding its role in helping with sleeplessness. So, is it safe? Should I give my child a magnesium supplement to help them sleep? Your body needs several essential minerals to function properly. Magnesium is one of these seven …

Are Essential Oils Safe for Your Child

Did you know that the essential oils market is expected to reach almost $12 billion this year! Billion! Probably someone you know has tried their hand in selling doTERRA oils and you’ve probably heard how peppermint oil helps nausea. Essential oils are big business, but are they safe for your …

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