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Road Trips and Baby Sleep

If you are the parent of a strong independent sleeper, then it’s very unlikely that they will get much shut eye in the car. I’m sorry – it’s one of the very few downsides of having a good sleeper. It does make sense though. Once they are familiar with the

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Vacation and Your Child’s Sleep

Vacations with young children are fun. These little people are so interested in the world around them that even the smallest trip feels big and exciting. It can also feel overwhelming for parents to figure out what to pack for their newest addition(s) to the family, and then to try

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Halloween and Your Child’s Sleep

Halloween often means FUN, excitement, candy, hyped up kids, and staying up late! More than anything else, it is the staying up late that does have a negative impact on sleep. A too late bedtime means that children are not only going to be wired from the candy and general

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The Holidays and Your Child’s Sleep

I love the holidays and all of the excitement, traditions, family gatherings, and ALL of the delicious foods they bring. Family gatherings and travel are great, but can be a little tricky with babies, toddlers, and big kids, especially in managing their sleep. I highly recommend taking some time to

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Your Child’s Sleep Environment

Top 5 Healthy Sleep Tips for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

Ending the Never Ending Bedtime Routine

The 1 Year Resurgence of Separation Anxiety

Practicing Independent Sleep with your Newborn

The End of Daylight Saving Time: Fall Back with Confidence

The Two to One Nap Transition

Why I Became a Sleep Consultant

Nightmares and Night Fears

Crib Climbing: Tips and Tricks

Transitioning to a Big Kid Bed

Too Early Risings

Creating Your Child’s Dark Sleep Environment

Newborn Sleep: 0-2 Months

Newborn Sleep: 2-4 Months

The Four Month Sleep Transition

Bedtime Routines

The No Nap Transition

Daycare and Your Child’s Sleep

Rolling and your Baby’s Sleep

Your Baby’s Ideal Sleep Schedule: 5 months through 7-9 months

Your Baby’s Ideal Sleep Schedule: 9 months through 15-18 months

Your Child’s Ideal Sleep Schedule: 18 months through 3.5-5 years

Gentle Sleep Training

Sibling Room Sharing and Sleep

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