Tag: sleep

Eliminating Bedtime Bottles

0
If your child has celebrated their first birthday and still drinks from a bottle, your pediatrician is probably encouraging you to switch to a...

Potty Training and Sleep

0
Is potty training affecting your child’s sleep? Are they fighting naps, stalling at bedtime, getting out of bed repeatedly, or waking up early? If...

Night Time Separation: Bridging the Gap Between Bedtime and Morning

0
For some children, saying good night is easy. They may negotiate an extra book at bedtime or hop out of bed once or twice,...

School-Aged Children and Sleep

0
Did you know that a typical kindergartener needs eleven hours of sleep to be considered well-rested? Or that a typical middle schooler needs nine...

Searching for the 25th Hour

0
Oftentimes at night, as I lay awake for the last few minutes of my day, I dream about what I would do if I...

Sleep Tips For Daylight Saving Time

0
Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 14th at 2:00 a.m. That means we'll all be setting our clocks ahead one hour. For parents of...

Sleep Success in the Winter Months

0
Winter months in Fairfield County means spending a lot of time indoors! The lack of sunlight (AKA Vitamin D), freezing temps, snow, and long...

Bye Bye Bedtime Battles

1
Are bedtime battles causing nightly stress in your house? Are they stalling, negotiating, and fighting you every step of the way? When you stop and...

Sleep Terrors – What They Are, Why They Happen and What...

6
Your child is sleeping peacefully when you suddenly hear a blood-curdling scream. You race into their room and find them sitting up in their...

If I Drop It, They Will Come! {Lovey and Pacifier Tossing}

0
You tuck your toddler into their crib, kiss them goodnight, and leave the room. Moments later, you hear a thud - the sound of...