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Baby’s Rolling Over Can Impact Sleep

Rolling Over Practice During the Day to Help Sleep at Night ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Developmental milestones can impact sleep, especially if your baby relies on a sleep prop to get to sleep. One milestone that can affect your baby’s sleep is when they begin to learn to roll over. I advise parents to practice this skill

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Fear of the Dark

It’s 3:00 AM, you’re sleeping soundly in your bed, and you suddenly wake up, not entirely sure why, but as you start to gain awareness of your surroundings, you become aware, to your horror, that someone else is in the room with you! You hear the sound of their little high pitched voice, and they

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The Benefits of Sleep

Sleep has always been, and will likely continue to be, a bit of a mystery. From an evolutionary standpoint, it seems like something that we should have abandoned a few hundred thousand years ago. The fact that we fall into a near unconscious state for a third of our day, every day, leaving us vulnerable

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Oh, Sick Season

Sick season is among us. In recent studies, Aric Prather, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, found we are four times as likely to get sick if we are not getting sufficient sleep (adults sleeping six hours or less a night). Prather adds “These results lend support to the idea

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Maintaining Your Child’s Sleep Schedule Over the Holidays

With the holidays approaching, many new parents who have recently gotten their babies sleeping on a schedule are worried that they might regress a little over the holidays. And I can assure you, those fears could not be more well-founded. Between the travel, the excitement, the constant attention and then travel all over again, the

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New Sibling Sleep Regression

Updated: Jan 23 The birth of a new sibling is a very exciting and unsettling time for your toddler. There is a lot of guilt mothers feel after the new baby – guilt for not being able to give their first “baby” the attention they have always received. You may notice changes in your Childe during

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