Family Sleep

5 Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to the Upcoming Time Change

 On Sunday March 12th at 2am, Daylight Saving Time starts and the clocks turn forward one hour. Sunrise and sunset will be about one hour later on Sunday, which means it will be darker in the morning and lighter in the evening. If you’re worried your child might have trouble adjusting to the new time, here are 5 tips to help your child adjust to the upcoming time change. 1. Shift […]

Sleep Techniques for Dropping the Last Nap: Is Your Child Ready to go From One Nap to No Naps?

Is your child starting to resist their afternoon nap? Maybe your child is having trouble staying asleep at nap or your child is starting to resist bedtime.  Are they ready to make the transition? Click here to find out the signs that your child is ready to transition from one nap to no nap.

Today’s Parent: How to deal with a catnapping baby

I was recently featured in an article in Today’s Parent Magazine on catnappers and what to do when your baby doesn’t sleep for long stretches. Check out the article here!
By |January 13th, 2017|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Family Sleep, Press, Sleep Tips|0 Comments

5 Back to School Sleep Tips

The summer is almost over and soon our kids will be heading back to school. Here is a video with 5 back to school sleep tips to help you get them back on a good routine and schedule before that first day of school.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9VcmYSoT5k

4 Tips to Keep Your Children Well Rested This Summer

With more sunlight, activities and BBQs this summer, it’s often difficult to make sure our children are getting the sleep they need. Here are 4 tips to help you keep them well rested.