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8 Month Sleep Regression

Surviving the 8 Month Sleep Regression

As a certified child sleep coach, I spend a lot of time talking about the 8 month sleep regression and helping parents through it.  I hear this a lot from parents, “my child has never been a good sleeper and I didn’t think sleep could get much worse, but when the 8 month sleep regression…

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4 Month Sleep Regression

4 Month Sleep Regression Demystified!

As a child sleep coach, every day I talk about sleep regressions. The 4-month sleep regression, in particular, is a pretty popular topic!   I have countless Moms say “my son was sleeping 6 hours at nights at 3 months and then all of a sudden at 4 months, he began waking again every 2 hours…

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sleep needs and ideal bedtime

Your Child’s Sleep Needs & Ideal Bedtime

As a certified child sleep consultant, I am asked a lot about the best bedtime for babies and children. Right after that is how many hours of slumber children need each day to meet their sleep needs.  It makes sense that parents want to make sure that they are providing their children with adequate rest…

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Early Bedtime

An Early Bedtime Might Be Just What Your Child Needs

As a #girlmom with 3 young girls, I LOVE an early bedtime. They go to bed and then 7:30-9:30 is my time to read, watch tv and fold my never-ending pile of laundry and I mean NEVER ending. I know that my kids need that early bedtime because we are an active family and I…

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How To Handle The Rolling Phase

How To Handle The Rolling Phase

You put your sweet baby down on their back, leave the room and check the monitor… Your little one flipped to their tummy. They appear stuck and they are crying mad about. Cue panic! “Safe sleep says all sleep happens on the back! I’ve got to rush in there and flip her back over!” Then…

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Daylight Savings Spring Forward 2020

Daylight Savings Spring Forward 2022

More sunlight. Longer days. More outside fun, especially for those of us who live in the North. It’s that time of year again…the start of spring and Daylight Savings Time Spring Forward. Daylight Savings starts in the US and Canada on Sunday, March 13, 2022, at 2:00 am. What this means is when we set…

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How to do quiet time

How To Do Quiet Time

When my twins dropped nap at 4 years old, I was one sad mama. I treasured that alone time to work and get things done around the house. Plus, by that point in the day, I *really* needed a break from my sweet cherubs! <- it’s true! When they dropped nap, I attempted quiet time,…

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Twin Baby Sleep Tips

Twin Baby Sleep Tips From A Twin Mom

If you are a parent to twins or triplets or more, sleep is not a luxury – it is a necessity!  As a twin mom myself, I know that having twins means that you have to do *everything* twice.  Having one baby is challenging, but having twins can be straight-up exhausting, even if you are…

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wonder weeks leap 6 and sleep

5 Tips For Surviving Leap 6

Your sweet little baby is now 8 months old. Can you believe it?!?! You may be feeling comfortable with your baby’s sleep schedule and feeling like you are getting the hang of this motherhood thing! Yay! Hopefully your baby has started sleeping like a champ. Then all of a sudden, your baby hit another one…

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Changing Time Zones & Your Child's Sleep

Changing Time Zones and Your Child’s Sleep

Traveling with your children can be so fun and exciting for the entire family, but let’s be honest, it can also be stressful!  Add changing time zones and your child’s sleep to the mix and you may find your anxiety spiking as you prepare for your trip. If you are someone who likes to be…

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Improving Your Autistic Child's Sleep

Improving Your Autistic Child’s Sleep

I worked for the Ontario Autism Program in Canada for several years and I heard from many of my parents over the years that their child never slept. I could see the sleep deprivation in the parents and in the kids. I wished I could help! Hearing these same statements over and over from families…

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moving house with kids

Moving House With Kids

As a military family, we move pretty often. I’ve grown accustomed to the frequent moves and it’s always bittersweet. It is hard to leave friends and family behind but there is always excitement about what’s to come. Since having children, I have realized how much more complicated moving is. There are a lot of moving…

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