sleep tips

The Benefits of Singing During Your Bedtime Routine

A few people have asked me what my favourite songs or lullabies are to soothe my children to sleep and this question always makes me laugh because the lullabies I sing to my twins are not your typical lullabies! Last year all they wanted to hear was “Jingle Bells”, even through the summer months.  Lately their favourite bedtime lullaby is “The ABC Song” or “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”.  So […]

By |April 10th, 2017|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Family Sleep, Sleep Tips, Toddler Sleep|Comments Off on The Benefits of Singing During Your Bedtime Routine

Lovey Love – Encouraging a Healthy Sleep Transition Object

A lovey is a blankie, doll or stuffed toy that a child attaches to for security.  It becomes their beloved companion, as they act as an extension of  Mommy and Daddy when they can’t be right there next to them. They are especially great during the night to help foster healthy sleep. Click here for 3 easy tricks to help your child bond to a lovey.

By |July 22nd, 2015|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Sleep and Travel, Sleep Tips, Toddler Sleep|Comments Off on Lovey Love – Encouraging a Healthy Sleep Transition Object

P&G Everyday: 7 Things Every Mom Needs to Know to Help Kids Sleep Better

I was featured in a sleep article on P&G Everyday.  Read 3 of my tips here.

By |June 19th, 2015|Advice & Resources, Press, Sleep Tips|Comments Off on P&G Everyday: 7 Things Every Mom Needs to Know to Help Kids Sleep Better

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
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By |July 7th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Child Sleep Consultant, Client Stories, Guest Posts, Newborn Sleep|Comments Off on Samuel’s Sleep Journey Part 1: Our Sweet Little Samuel

680 CJOB Radio – Interview with Hal Anderson on Dealing With the Time Change

On Sunday March 9th at 2am, Daylight Saving Time begins and the clocks turn ahead one hour. This means that it becomes darker in the morning temporarily and lighter in the evenings. Children who have good sleep hygiene and are generally easy going when it comes to schedules may adjust fairly easily in just a day or two. Other children who are more sensitive to change in schedules may have […]

By |March 7th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Baby Sleep, Press, Sleep Tips|Comments Off on 680 CJOB Radio – Interview with Hal Anderson on Dealing With the Time Change