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Getting enough sleep is critical for your newborn - while they’re snoozing, memories are being stored, synapses are forming, brain tissue is developing, connections are established, energy is replenished…and a whole lot more. Realize the important connection between sleep and brain development in babies here.
Here we are again—another season, another time change. While changing our clocks again and losing an hour of sleep may seem daunting, this can actually be a little less disruptive to your little one's schedule than "falling back." With Zen Sleepwear and a solid plan in place, you can “spring forward” and keep your little one’s sleep schedule on track.
Just when you thought you had bedtime beat: your baby is fussy and wakeful. Not to worry; after helping hundreds of new parents navigate the dreaded 4-month sleep regression, I’ve got 10 tips you need to get things back on...
There's a lot of conflicting information on safe sleep out there—so we brought in a certified pediatric sleep consultant to answer your most frequently asked questions on safe sleep practices for your baby. Get answers on co-sleeping, crib bumpers, swaddling and more.
Toddlers are climbing, running, mischievous little gymnasts who will try your patience every bit as much as they melt your heart. Every milestone is infused with a little bit of magic, but part of keeping up — and keeping them...
As a parent, you’re going to worry about a lot—including sleep. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death in babies under 1 year of age. You know the basic safe sleep practices...but do you always have to worry? Does safe sleep change as your baby gets older? Find out from our expert infant sleep consultant.
While newborns need to be fed every couple of hours, starting around 4-months-old babies are usually ready go a little longer between feeds—but the feed-to-sleep association is one of the strongest. So how can you tell if your baby's waking up because they're actually hungry, or if it's just out of habit? Pediatric Sleep Consultant, Maggie Moore, shares her tips.
When a baby is born, their internal clock is still under construction. Basically, they’re still learning how and when to sleep. Breastfeeding plays a direct role in both yours and your baby's sleep—learn from a Board Certified Lactation Consultant when your breastfed baby will start sleeping through the night.
Let’s start with a DD-cup-sized truth bomb: Breastfeeding may be the most natural thing in the world, but that doesn’t guarantee it’ll be easy. Luckily, we’ve got five real-life tips from moms that’ll help you get baby fed and serve as a reminder that “normal” doesn’t necessarily mean what you think it means.