Health and Sleep

sleep deprivation can cause problems in a relationship; sleep training can help decrease lack of sleep for parents | Tender Transitions

Sleep Deprivation and Relationships

Having a child that won’t sleep through the night or take naps longer than 30 minutes at a time is hard. It can also put a severe strain on your relationship with your significant other. Let’s talk about how to break the cycle and keep your relationship strong.

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Wake Windows: Why They Matter for Your Baby’s Sleep

Chances are if you are here, you want to help your baby sleep better and you have heard rumors that these things called ‘Wake Windows’ might have something to do with making that happen. Learn more about what wake windows are and how to use them to help your baby’s sleep.

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What To Do When A Drowsy Baby Won’t Sleep

If you’re one of those people who is lacking sleep because of your baby, you’re not alone. You may have even read some of those “how to get your baby to sleep through the night” books in hopes of turning your situation around. That information isn’t necessarily “wrong.” It’s just that unique sleep situations require unique solutions.

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Why Does My Baby Take Short Naps?

When your baby isn’t getting the sleep they need during the day, it’s just as big of a problem as when they aren’t getting enough sleep at night. They’re missing out on the sleep they need to grow and stay healthy, and you’re missing out on time to take care of things you need to take care of. If you can relate, this post is for you.

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Why Won’t My Baby Sleep Through The Night?

It’s the most asked question I get from parents. Because as soon as your baby sleeps through the night, you can too! And wanting that process to “hurry up already” is totally normal – though it can take time and some troubleshooting.

Why Is My Child Waking Up After Twenty Minutes? | Tender Transitions

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.

AAP safe sleep guidelines | Tender Transitions

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 to double-check if they’re breathing. …

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