Restful naps are crucial for your baby’s daily sleep routine. They’re not merely pauses in the day; they’re essential for your baby’s growth and let’s not forget, your peace of mind. In this blog post, we’ll address some common naptime challenges and offer practical, effective strategies to overcome them.
Sleep Training Tips
Tips for overcoming common sleep training issues.
Learn the secrets to better baby sleep with this blog post! Explore seven reasons behind crib sleep resistance and discover tailored solutions. From sudden boycotts to persistent battles, find practical sleep solutions for exhausted parents. Delve into insights on your baby’s unique sleep needs and effective tips for peaceful nights. Embrace better sleep for both you and your baby today!
Navigate the challenges of teething and ensure your child’s sleep isn’t disrupted with practical tips and insights, including sorting out teething symptoms, improving sleep, and maintaining healthy sleep habits.
Early morning wakings are a widespread challenge for parents. There are a number of common reasons why they happen, and in this blog, we’ll explore these and offer practical solutions to help both you and your baby get the rest you need.
Napping is a vital part of your baby’s life, and most babies struggle with it at some point in their infancy. So why are we so hesitant to get help with it? Read this blog post for everything you need to know.
Swaddling your baby is one of the best ways to promote healthy independent sleep from your first day home from the hospital. Read this post to learn more about what swaddling is, why it’s helpful, how to do it safely, and when to stop.
A baby monitor is a must-buy on every parent’s list. They let you know when your baby wakes up, cries, or if anything seems wrong in their room.
But here’s the thing – as great as baby monitors are, they can also cause some problems. Especially when we start using them too much. Just like everything else, it’s all about balance. We need to find the right amount of use for these handy tools. Read on to learn more about how to use baby monitors in an appropriate way.
If you are a few days into sleep training, and can’t understand why your baby seems to be crying more than when you first began, you aren’t doing anything wrong. The increase in crying, rather than a decrease, is a part of the process. It has to do with something we, in the sleep coaching community, call an “extinction burst”. It’s a very typical part of not just sleep training but any significant behavior change. Keep reading to learn all about extinction bursts, why they occur, and what actions you can take. Let’s get your child sleeping through the night.
As a sleep coach, my priority is to support parents in the choices they have made or want to make, including whether or not to breastfeed their child. It’s a very personal choice. At the same time, breastfeeding is recommended for babies under 6 months and has many benefits. In this blog, we will cover the advantages of breastfeeding as well as how breastfeeding and sleep training can be strong partners to each other.