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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.

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:...

Tips from a sleep expert The first few weeks of your baby’s life are full of exciting new experiences – for both you and your baby. However, nursing mothers are up every few hours, day and night, to breastfeed. Breastfeeding...

Changing seasons and falling temperatures can really impact how comfortably your baby sleeps. Although you want to stay indoors as much as possible with a newborn, even the nursery can get a little too chilly. You’ll want to make some...

“This was a game-changer for us!” Emily was suffering from some serious "Mommy Brain": her daughter Zoey, was only sleeping for 2 to 3 hours at a time. Checking Facebook for a solution to her sleepless nights, Emily came across...

You may have been shown how to swaddle your baby at the hospital nursery before you left - but between misinformation and advice ranging in quality, it can be hard to know whether it's right for your baby. Just know...

Did you know that, according to the National Sleep Foundation, by the age of two, most children will have spent MORE time asleep than awake over the course of their life? Clearly, sleep plays a large role in your baby’s life...

At around 3 months of age, babies begin to form sleep associations which can be difficult to break! These associations may demand that you hold your baby in order for them to sleep, or rock your little one for hours...