Sleep Facts

Tuck.com post on a Parent’s Guide to Healthy Sleep

Tuck.com breaks out some great info on all you need to know about healthy sleep for your children from babies all the way to teenagers.  Check in out here:  https://www.tuck.com/parents-guide-healthy-sleep/

Sleep Guide for Pregnancy- By Tuck.com

Check out this great post at Tuck.com with a guide to getting better sleep during pregnancy.  Gosh knows you need all the sleep you can get when growing a human inside of you.  You want to be as well rested as possible before your newborn comes along, as the newborn stage can be one of the most tiring.  Not to mention, you want to be well rested for labour and […]

How Much Sleep Does Your Child Need, and When?

  The Canadian Paediatrics Society recommends the following amount of sleep in a 24-hour period.  Keep in mind that this is just an average and some children need more, and some need less.  From Newborn to about 4 or 5 months old, sleep is very disorganized and your child will sleep when they’re tired, rather than on a consistent schedule on the clock.  It’s important that baby is napped very frequently, with only […]

ABCs of Safe Sleep

October is SIDS Awareness Month, so it’s a great time to review SIDS, and how we can provide a safe sleeping environment for our children and the children we care for. What is SIDS? SIDS is the sudden death of an infant under one year of age which remains unexplained after full investigation, autopsy and review of case history.  Unfortunately we do not fully understand the causes of SIDS, but research […]
By |September 29th, 2015|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Newborn Sleep, Sleep Facts, Sleep Tips|0 Comments

Healthy Sleep for the Whole Family

Sleep is so important for the health and well-being of the whole family. When we don’t get enough sleep we feel tired, but sleep deprivation has a much greater impact on our bodies. Click here for 5 reasons why healthy sleep is important for the whole family.
By |July 22nd, 2015|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Family Sleep, Sleep Facts, Toddler Sleep|Comments Off on Healthy Sleep for the Whole Family