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Is My Baby Sleeping Too Much?

Most parents worry about their child not getting enough sleep, but have you ever wondered if your baby is sleeping too much? That might sound crazy, but it's actually something to consider. It might feel like it's been a lifetime since you've had...

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Why, When & How to Drop The Swaddle

Swaddling a newborn gives them comfort and security and helps them sleep better. Not to mention, a little baby burrito is just downright adorable. But at some point, your baby needs to transition out of the swaddle. Why, when, and how do you know it...

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Is Sleep Training Safe?

Is sleep training safe? How can letting my child cry be healthy? If you've asked these questions, you're not alone. Here are the facts you need to make the best choice for your little one, so you can confidently and comfortably make the best cho...

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The Benefits of Sleep

Humans spend about 1/3 of their life sleeping. In an ideal world, everyone would get 8 hours of sleep a night. While science hasn't discovered exactly why our bodies need consistent, quality rest to function well, it is undoubtedly known, that sleep...

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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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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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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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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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Is Sleep Training a Mistake?

Hey there, tired parent. Are you sitting there wishing you could sleep train your baby, but don't want to be a bad parent who leaves a scared, confused little one screaming for your comfort? The truth is that gentle sleep training is possible an...

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Melatonin : More Risk than Reward?

It's been so long since anyone in your home has had a good night's sleep that you'd do just about anything to help your little one rest. Well, maybe not anything; after all, you only want what's best for your little one. But natural alternatives are...

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