The dream feed is one of our favorite tools to utilize during sleep training with families, but even if you are not planning on sleep training anytime soon, a dream feed may be helpful for your baby. Dream feeds help break the cycle of feeding to sleep association, but also help your baby get what they may need over night.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
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
Becoming new parents can be rough, you are adjusting to life as parents, getting to know this new baby, you have the same amount of tasks to do each day, plus some, but somehow it seems less time in the day! It is important for new parents to take care of themselves so that they can be the best parents they can be! As your kiddo gets older and life gets busier and sleep seems to be non existent or your baby’s days and nights are mixed up terribly, you might be wondering HOW much sleep does my baby need? And are naps even important?Read More
We expect mothers to do it all. That includes the mental load of running the house, working out side of the home (or staying home and managing things), AND most of the night time care for your baby.Read More
Though I reside in the beautiful Virginia, part of my heart belongs to Texas and my family that lives there in Tyler, Dallas and Sugar Land. I love working with families who are in need of sleep, because what I do goes beyond sleep.Read More