Sleep during Sickness
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Sleep during Sickness

Baby Sleep & Sickness Parenting is hard when everyone is healthy, but as soon as illness strikes, life feels like a drudge. A sick little one is so sad, and we want to do everything we can to help them feel better quickly. Dealing with illness can affect mood, appetite, and especially sleep, but we…

Toddler Falling Asleep Standing Up
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Toddler Falling Asleep Standing Up

Ah, the magical world of toddlerhood, where the unexpected becomes the norm. Toddlerhood is something that we, as parents, just aren’t prepared for. No one tells us our tiny baby will become a shouting, disagreeable, boundary-pushing tiny human. Toddlers are hilarious and do lots of weird things. One common, albeit amusing, phenomenon that parents may encounter is…

out of the swaddle
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out of the swaddle

When to Stop Swaddling When you brought your newborn home you discovered pretty quickly (through some trial and error) how your baby liked to be swaddled for sleep. Some type of swaddle was probably a lifesaver. But as your baby grows and starts showing signs of rolling, it’s time to let the swaddle go and transition to…

Surviving a 4 Old Month Sleep Regression

Surviving a 4 Old Month Sleep Regression

I think I probably get the most questions about the 4-month sleep regression. Around 14-20 weeks there is so much growth and development in your baby that it’s no wonder sleep goes out the window. Making it through the 4-month sleep regression is top of mind for all parents and as a baby sleep coach, I make it a priority to equip parents with the skills and knowledge to know what to expect and how to get through it as unscathed as possible.