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What to Expect for Newborn Sleep

I remember the day we brought our twin boys home from the hospital – as we were walking out of the NICU, I was flooded with emotion and thought “I can’t believe they are letting me leave with these two babies! I have no idea what I’m doing!” See the picture below to see how…

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Preventing Scary Halloween Sleep!

The Halloween costumes are bought and your kids are SO excited for trick or treat, but in the back of your head you’re thinking “trick or treat is going to kill my kids’ sleep!”  If you are anything like me, you don’t want to be a scrooge (wrong holiday!), but you really want your kids…

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Top 10 Baby Sleep Myths & The Real Deal

Families with little ones experiencing sleep challenges have likely heard all of these statements.  As a child sleep coach, I hear them every single day from parents and in Facebook groups!  Although family and friends have good intentions, sharing these sleep myths are actually really counterproductive. Below I’ll provide insight into the real deal so…

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Determining the Best Bedtime and How Much Sleep Your Child Needs

As a certified child sleep consultant, I am asked a lot about the best bedtime for babies and children; as well as how much sleep 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 – SLEEP IS…

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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…

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