When we say sleeping through the night, we mean, baby goes to bed between 6-7pm and wakes up 6-7am, they are getting 11-12 full hours of sleep with no wake ups that require attention. Okay that exists? Yes, it does. It truly does. Sometimes weRead 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
Let’s get down to why you are really here, to know that you are not alone, what you are experiencing is normal, but fixable with some of our tips! That’s right, you can make changes, if and when you are ready. Keeping things consistent for your newborn and putting them to bed earlier (they are not adults) is so helpful in establishing healthy sleep patterns from the beginning!Read More
Last week our amazing colleague, Kimberly of Sweet Dreams LA, sleep trained Ali Fedatowsky-Manno’s son Riley and I absolutely adore Kimberly, she is a Mommywise Certified Sleep Coach just like myself. I have seen all the comments in support of Ali’s choice to sleep train and many questions about how they too could experience sleep training and the bliss that follows!Read More