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Switching From a Crib to a Bed

Is my toddler ready to move from their crib to a bed? How do you transition from a crib to a bed easily? These are great questions, and one that every parent will ask at some point in time. Here are a few ways to know when they are ready and how to m...

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Daylight Savings Time: Top Tips for Falling Back

[caption id="attachment_4147" align="alignnone" width="1400"] Happy playful sisters enjoy in moment of togetherness on bed.[/caption] You've got your sweet wee one on a great sleep routine that works well. You've settled into a nice rhythm of sleep...

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Recognize Sleep Signs

Getting your child to bed before they're too tired to sleep is an important step in getting them to sleep well. Your child gives you sleep cues, but do you know what they are? Here's how to recognize sleep signs to facilitate an easier bedtime and...

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Why We Sleep Train

When Is Sleep Training Needed? Sleep training isn't necessary because something's wrong with your parenting or your baby. Not at all. Sleep training is needed when you've done everything you know how to do and you're still exhausted and simply need...

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The Four Month Sleep Regression

You've finally found your rhythm, you're both finally getting some sleep, your baby has been going to bed like a dream come true...and then it all comes to a grinding halt. When you're a new parent, exhausted from a baby who's not sleeping well, the...

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Nightmares and Night Terrors: What Do I Do?

It’s important to determine whether your child is having a nightmare or a night terror. Night terrors are different from nightmares in both symptoms and experience. Nightmares are fairly common in children ages 2-4. This is the age when normal fea...

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Is Snoring Dangerous for Babies and Children?

No one wants to be told they snore. After all, it's embarrassing, right? But at the end of the day, we all do it (at least sometimes) and it's nothing to worry about. Or is it? While just under half the world's adult population snores, according to...

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One Way or a Mother

I am thrilled for the opportunity to feature Jenilyn Gilbert in our March newsletter! Jenilyn is an author and licensed clinical social worker. Her company, One Way or A Mother, focuses on serving clients who are struggling in the fields o...

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Top Tell Tale Signs of A Tired Child

You know when a child is over tired...even if it's not your child. The tell tale tantrums and obstinate temperament are dead giveaways, even when you've never met before. Those are pretty universal signals that sleep was needed...and missed. It happ...

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Does darkness matter?

Sleep matters for your kids, and that's why creating an ideal sleep environment is an important priority. If your child is waking too early in the morning or taking abbreviated naps, it could very well be that light is the culprit. Darkness is a key...

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Is It Too Noisy for My Baby to Sleep?

There are two extremes opinions when it comes to what baby needs to sleep well: those who want everything quiet and those who think making noise is not only okay, but good because baby's will learn to sleep through anything. But the truth is somewhe...

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