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

Baby Sleepwear Guide

Babies can sleep up to 18 hours a day (in a 24 hour period) within their first year of life. That’s a lot of sleep! It’s important to make sure that parents are choosing the right sleepwear to contribute to safe sleep and restorative sleep. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends to dress your baby in one additional layer from … Read More

Baby Sleep While Traveling

Traveling with your family is all about making memories and creating new and amazing experiences. Traveling pre-kids is what we call a vacation. And traveling with kids is what we call a trip. Traveling with a baby requires patience, lots of snacks and extreme multi tasking skills. Traveling can also make an impact on baby’s sleep. A change in environment, … Read More

How To Manage A Toddler Resisting Bedtime

Does this sound familiar? You made dinner, negotiated with your 3-year-old to take 5 bites in exchange for a cookie. Hustled through your sleep routine which burns you more calories than a Cody Rigsby spin class. You let your toddler pick out another book, sign a lullaby and line up their stuffed animals multiple times. You say goodnight, close the … Read More