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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.
Soon you’ll be buying and and registering for alllll the things for your  nursery. But if your baby is going to be moving into a small-ish space, you might be stressing about how you'll fit your online registry into your real-life nursery. So, before you go on a shopping spree, consider our top 5 space-saving tips.
Everyone tells you how important it is to be rested when you’re pregnant: but it's not always easy. Try these 8 bedtime tips from real moms to help you get some much needed rest—especially during your last trimester.
Decorating your baby-to-be's nursery can be one of the most exciting parts of pregnancy. On the day you bring your little one home, you want her room to be perfect—so it's important to know how your design decisions might impact your little one's sleep. Learn what colors are best and which to avoid.

Back to work action plan

Aliste Williams

Being a new parent is hard, but heading back to work is even harder. As you prepare for the change from full-time baby minder to a working parent, it’s time to reevaluate your baby’s habits, sleep included, to help ease the transition.
You’ve made it through 12 months of teething, crawling, drooling, diaper changes and irresistible giggles … but now what? The one-year mark comes with a lot of developmental changes, and that means changing sleep habits, too—cue the 12 month sleep regression and separation anxiety. Learn what to expect and how to get through it.
When you're running around with the gift registry scanner in hand, you suddenly find a thousand things you didn't even realize you needed or existed! Suddenly, all the gizmos and gadgets start calling your name. But, what items do you really need?

How to Transition from 2 Naps to 1

Christina Alario

Around the time you find a consistent routine with your little one, everything changes. He grows. Her personality emerges. He’s saying a few words. She’s starting to walk. All sorts of changes are on the horizon. One of the biggest challenges:...