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Separation Anxiety

“You’re Going to Miss This…” As with many things in parenthood, separation anxiety can pop up at surprising times and in unexpected ways, and it often looks vastly different child to child.  Some little ones become hysterical when a p...

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Daylight Savings – Spring

Daylight Savings can be a dreaded time for parents of young children, but it doesn’t have to be. While it’s true that kids do not adjust immediately to the time change, Spring Forward can happen smoothly if you take some time to plan ahead. Li...

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Transitioning to One Nap a Day

Naps are a beautiful thing, and I'm sure you wish you could snuggle down and nap the way your sweet baby gets to each day. In fact, you may be at the point where your little one isn't showing nearly the appreciation for their nap time that you would!...

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The Link Between Nutrition & Sleep for Your Toddler

Did you know that what your toddler eats will impact their sleep quality? And we’re not just talking avoiding sugar before bed, either. Here are a few tips and tweaks for your toddler’s nutrition to help you equip him for the best sleep possible!...

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A Well Rested Family of Four!

I remember staring at those two magical lines. The first indicates the test is working properly. The second indicates you are pregnant. While for most, feelings of joy and happiness quickly follow, I felt conflicted. I was so worried. As someone who...

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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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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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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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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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One Simple Trick To An Easier Bedtime

Imagine standing in the middle of your favorite store (Target? TJ Maxx? Williams & Sonoma?) and being that you need to close your eyes and go to sleep. Just like that; no looking around, no covetous touching of the beautiful purses or candles or...

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