The Terrible Twos: Tips for Better Toddler Sleep

If you have a toddler of your own, you’ve likely learned a whole new meaning to the terrible twos. Especially when it comes to getting your little one to go to sleep. (Trust me, I’ve been there- I have two kids of my own!) Toddlerhood comes with many ups and downs- the highs are high, and the lows are low. … Read More

How To Manage A Toddler Resisting Bedtime

Does a toddler resisting bedtime sound familiar? Let me set the scene: you’ve made dinner and 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 … Read More

8 of the Most Common Sleep Training Challenges and How to Get Through Them

Sleep training is no walk in the park. It may be our specialty at Sleep Shore, but there’s a reason we had to get certified. It’s HARD work, but so worth it! Whether you have a baby or toddler, it’s never too late to start! Sleep training can drastically improve your quality of life. Today, I’ll be discussing 8 common … 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, development, and overall wellness. Creating a bedtime routine can make a big difference in your child’s sleep patterns and sleep habits. Sleep routines can help babies learn the steps that are involved in going to bed. A bedtime routine is a … Read More

Baby-Led Weaning: Everything You Need To Know

Watching your baby hit their first milestones is SO exciting. Seeing your child laughing, outgrowing their swaddle, or eventually taking their first steps- these moments of growth and development make all of the sleepless nights worth it! One of these milestones is transitioning to solid food. Baby-led weaning is a way to transition into solids- minus the pureed peas and … Read More

Night Terrors vs Nightmares in Babies

Waking up to the sounds of a child screaming is a terrifying feeling. This is especially true 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 disruptive or frightening dreams that cause sleep distress. Nightmares and night terrors are … Read More

When Is the Right Time to Sleep Train Your Baby?

If you’re all too familiar with feeling completely exhausted, you need sleep training in your life. Sleep training can help your little one finally learn how to self-soothe to fall asleep and stay asleep. Sleep training was a complete game-changer for my family, which launched my passion for helping other families achieve better sleep schedules too. Today, I’m sharing how … Read More

Best Baby Sleep Products

Parenting is difficult no matter how you look at it- but it’s so much easier when you’re getting good sleep. Not only is sleep essential for being the best version of ourselves for our kids, but sleep is the most critical component of development, health, and growth for babies. Babies who sleep better, longer, and restoratively are happier, eat better, … Read More

4-Month Sleep Regression

If you’re at about the 4-month mark and feel hopeless the second the clock strikes bedtime, I see you. The 4-month sleep regression is to be expected- but it can be brutal. Just when you thought you were through with the newborn sleepless phase, it can feel like it comes out of nowhere. Sleep regressions are a normal milestone around … Read More

The Connection Between Baby Brain Development and Sleep

The Connection Between Baby Brain Development and Sleep In the womb, babies spend about 95% of their time asleep. 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. Baby brain development and sleep go … Read More