Tag: sleep

Tips For Early Rising

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Is your child an early riser? My son has always been ready to start the day at 6:00 a.m., which has been challenging for...

Transitioning From Nap Time To Quiet Time

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Is your preschooler’s nap starting to unravel? Is it taking them longer and longer to fall asleep, or is their nap getting shorter and...

An Open Letter to the Parents of Babies Who Don’t Sleep

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Dear fellow parents of babies who don't sleep, First of all, I want to commend you for taking a few minutes to read this post....

I’m Tired

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I’m tired. I’m tired of always having to decide what is for every meal of every day. I’m tired of constantly breaking up the fights. I’m tired...

Dream Feeds – What They Are and When To Use Them

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Have you ever heard the term “dream feed” and wondered exactly what it means? Here’s the scoop on what dream feeds are and aren’t and...

Why Sleep Training Didn’t Work For Your Child

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Did sleep training not work for your child? Do you feel like you did everything you were supposed to do, but your child never...

Eliminating Bedtime Bottles

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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

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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

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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

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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...