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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.

Summer is finally here! And for many of us, that means a family vacation is just around the corner (hallelujah)! Traveling with kids can be challenging – traveling with a baby even more so! Don’t let a fussy baby ruin...

Swaddling Causes SIDS As Protein Causes Weight Gain   We know how much the media loves controversy, so it played right into the hands of media when an AAP meta-analysis study was published drawing relations between swaddling and SIDS. You...

If necessity is the mother of invention, in my case, curiosity was definitely the father. My second son would not sleep without being held, which made for some very long nights. I was so curious about the role my touch...