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Mixed-Race Baby Napping

Extending Your Baby’s Nap

Tell me if this scenario sounds familiar… Your baby wakes up in the morning after a good night’s sleep. You feed her, change her diaper, play with her, take her for a little walk outside in the stroller, then rock her to sleep and put her gently into her crib for her morning nap. And

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It's time for bed

Daylight Savings – Helping Children Adjust

I sure wish we would do awake with Daylight Savings as it really does not only affect children’s sleep patterns, but adults, too. Statistically, the Monday after daylight savings, there is an 8% increase in traffic accidents. It really does effect people of all ages and can increase our sleep debt, especially in children, who

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Newborn baby lying on a white blanket, yawning. Top view.

How to Handle a Light Sleeper

Is your baby a light sleeper? Does she wake up every time you so much as walk past her door? Does she go from fast asleep to wide awake the second you put her into her crib? This is one of the most common complaints I get from parents. They say that their babies are

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Mom feeding her toddler with fresh organic baby food

Will Solid Food Help My Baby Sleep?

One of the oldest tricks in the book when it comes to getting babies to sleep through the night is the old “cereal in the bottle” routine. It’s been used by parents for generations, and I can understand why it’s so popular. As adults, we know that sleeping on an empty stomach is challenging, to

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happy child with parents in bed at home

Taking Back Your Bed

Before many families have their first child, they are so excited about the idea of co-sleeping. You may have had a vision of your partner and you sleeping nicely with your little baby snuggled oh-so-peacefully between you. Those few dreamy moments in the morning when you looked at each other over the little miracle you

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