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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.
Managing a sleep schedule for one baby is hard enough—throw in another sibling home from school or daycare for the summer, plus play dates, swim lessons, and other summer fun and it's near impossible. Get tips from our sleep consultant on how to manage multiple kids on multiple schedules for better sleep all summer long.
If you're thinking of giving sleep training a try, you've probably already started scouring the web to find out exactly what sleep training is and how to do it. There are so many opinions on the topic that, like other...
You’ve seen the signs...she is getting stronger and pushing her boundaries. You fear that one day you will walk to her crib to find your baby sleeping on her side or her belly. With all the warnings moms hear about...
You’d probably never heard of a sleep regression before having a baby – and even then, you may not have come across the term until your baby suddenly stopped sleeping well and you found yourself sleep-deprived and desperately searching google...
As if maintaining the perfect bedtime routine was not enough, as a new parent, you are also expected to master your baby's naptime schedule. To complicate matters further, there are surprise sleep regressions, or a sudden onset of GERD or...