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
We get it. They wake often. Newborn babies do that a lot because they need to stay safe and they often do not sleep long periods of time until they are older and stronger. When babies hit the 3-4 month range they can sleep longer periods of time, but until then, let us share some tips on helping your baby sleep better.Read More
Is in-home sleep training really a thing? It is! It really is! In-home sleep training is golden. We know that sleep training can be hard, picking the method, sticking to sleep training, the questions, the unknown, we get it, and we have been there. In-hime sleep training allows you to take away the questions, the unknown the wondering and provides you with expertise for sleep training, experienced answers to your questions and ensures that you and your baby achieve success during sleep training.Read More
I’ll give it to you straight sleep training, which is optimal between 4-7 months, is not always easy and can be difficult for parents because they are already sleep deprived and making rational decisions while sleep deprived is really hard.Read More