Great question! We all know that at some point our newborn, who seems to have no schedule at all will eventually begin to have a schedule around 3 months of age. For most babies ( there are exceptions) they will settle into a three nap routine during their day.Read More
Baby E was 4 months old, struggling to sleep on her own and go to sleep on her own. Nap times looked like the nanny or mom bouncing on a ball or rocking her in a dark room for her entire 1.5 hour nap. Which sounds wonderful, but we all know that this is not sustainable and must eventually come to an end.Read More
The simple answer is no, not if you do not want to. However, a few factors come in to play here. How old is your baby? Is their weight gain on track?
If you are wanting to sleep train you can have a dream feed around 10:30pm, but will not need any additional feeds.Read More
There is always time when Tiffany firsts arrives. I say hello to mom and dad and baby H. Everyone is so excited to begin, but of course everyone is wondering what it will be like. Baby H can tell change is coming, but he is calm. I can tell he is very tired too! Completely ready to begin the new life with sleep. Baby H is almost 4 months old.Read More
When your baby has arrived and you are done with your postpartum help, what comes next? Well, sleep training comes next! Some babies are great sleepers and when they hit a developmentally appropriate age to sleep 11-12 hours a night ( 4-6 months) they do, but many babies are terrible sleepers and suddenly you find your baby is 6 months old and still waking 3-5 times a night.Read More
Are you in the cycle of the “pick up, put down” “ gentle sleep solutions that seems to involves weeks of crying” “ no -cry sleep solutions that either don’t work or have a LOT more crying than you expected” “ Pick up, put down, walk away, walk back, rock in the dark with the wind song on”… you get the point.Read More