Guest Posts

Samuel’s Sleep Journey Part 1: Our Sweet Little Samuel

This guest post is written by Sarah and she talks about the sleep challenges she faced with her newborn son with colic, and her experience when his sleep went from bad to worse.  Now that Samuel is 4 months old, I’m helping her tired family become a well-rested happy family, and we wanted to document and share the journey with you.  This is part 1 of Samuel’s sleep journey. Baby Samuel Our […]

Tips for New Parents: 3 Ways to Maintain Marital Satisfaction

Today we have a guest post from Melissa from The Couple Wellness Expert, and she offers 3 tips to maintain marital satisfaction after having a child.  Melissa is a therapist who specializes in couples counselling, and she can be found on Facebook and Twitter (@melissajohari) and you can read her blog here. Bringing baby home is exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time.  It is a huge adjustment to parenthood, with sleepless nights and endless diaper changes. […]
By |February 19th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Guest Posts, Parenting, Relationships|Comments Off on Tips for New Parents: 3 Ways to Maintain Marital Satisfaction

Everett’s Sleep Journey: And We’re Sleeping Through the Night!

This is another guest post written by Vidya where she talks about her experience working with me and with sleep training her son.  If you missed the last post on Everett’s Sleep Journey, read it here. For over five months, I have (not-so-secretly) resented my husband for being able to sleep through the night. Everett’s cries didn’t even register to him once he was down for the count. Sure he would wake up […]
By |December 19th, 2013|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Client Stories, Guest Posts|0 Comments

Sensory play: the benefits and tips for getting started

Today we have a guest post from the Rebecca at Rebecca Michi – Parenting Consultant, with a post on the benefits of sensory play and how to get started.  Rebecca can be found on Facebook and Twitter (@RebeccaMichi) and you can read her blog here. Babies start to use their senses before they are even born, as they listen to the sounds of the outside world around them. Studies have shown that unborn […]
By |November 27th, 2013|Advice & Resources, Guest Posts, Playtime|0 Comments