Daylight Savings: Fall Back and Your Baby’s Sleep

On November 7th we will turn the clocks back and daylight savings comes to an end. For parents with small children, ‘falling back’ doesn’t mean that you can spend an extra hour in bed. Parents of small children dread these changes in schedules, rightfully so! These shifts in schedules can create challenges with nap and bedtime routines. With some understanding … Read More

How To Keep A Sleep Schedule When Traveling

Traveling is one of the most amazing things in life. New places, foods, cultures – ahhh, what could be better? Traveling with children or to visit family can feel daunting and overwhelming but it is a great way to make memories and new experiences with your family. Traveling can disrupt your baby’s sleep schedule and with advanced preparation and planning, … Read More

The Connection Between Baby Brain Development and Sleep

In the womb, babies spend about 95% of their time asleep. And as soon as they make their entrance into the world, they’ll still spend the majority of their time sleeping—the transition from the womb to the real world is overwhelming and exhausting for your baby.⠀ Not to mention, their bodies are in a state of rapid development, especially their … Read More

Allergy Friendly Halloween Candy

Believe it or not, Halloween is almost here! Families everywhere will be rushing to Target, CVS and Costco to prepare for their trick or treaters. It’s really important when you are buying candy to be mindful of kids with allergies! There are plenty of candies that have several food allergens and can cause serious reactions. If you have a food … Read More

When Do Babies Go Through Sleep Regressions

What is a sleep regression anyway?? A sleep regression is a developmental PROgression where your baby is learning new and exciting skills. While these new physical and mental skills are a great step in your child’s development, they can cause sudden sleep problems that throw parents for a loop. It’s hard at the moment but try to remember that these … Read More

Guide To Starting Your Baby On Solids

Starting your baby on solids is an exciting milestone! While it can be exciting, it can also be stressful and challenging for some parents. Parents go from offering breastmilk or formula to starting to incorporate foods, which involves trying to determine which foods to start with, offering the main allergen foods first and making sure your baby is learning how … Read More

Baby Bedtime Routine: Do’s and Don’ts

Quality sleep is essential to your baby’s growth and development. Sleep problems can lead to challenges with immune systems, developments and overall wellness. Creating a bedtime routine can make a big difference in your child’s sleep and sleep habits. Sleep routines can help babies learn the steps that are involved in going to bed. A bedtime routine is a set … Read More

Best Baby Sleep Products

Sleep is the most critical component of development, health and growth for babies. Babies who sleep better, longer and restoratively are happier, eat better and develop a stronger immune system. Parents and children who suffer from sleep deprivation can be a dark, lonely place, but no one should have to suffer alone! Lack of sleep can be frustrating and trying … Read More

Night Terrors vs Nightmares in Babies

Nightmares and night terrors are common in children ages 1 through 12 years old. For most parents, awakening to the sounds of a child screaming is an alarming feeling, especially when attempts to comfort your child are unsuccessful as they are unresponsive or inconsolable. This isn’t a nightmare; these are behaviors of a child during a night terror. Nightmares are … Read More

How To Night Feed During Sleep Training

Sleep is a critical part of development for a healthy, well rested baby. Sleep directly impacts brain development, digestive systems, immune systems, developmental milestones and so much more! In addition, sleep training is the process where babies and children learn to fall asleep independently. It is a myth that you can’t keep night feeds while sleeping. What is false is … Read More