Top 5 Safe Sleep Tips

Providing your child with a safe sleep environment from the moment they are born is imperative and can save lives. A big piece of that is recognizing what an unsafe environment looks like and while bumpers, pillows, blankets, stuffed animals

Can You Get Your Child to Sleep In?

Can you Get Your Child to Sleep In? Sleep training, like any process that yields change, is all about managing expectations. Many parents wish that their children would sleep in and are always trying to shift timing in order to

How to Survive Daylight Savings Time!

*Daylight Saving Time will occur on Sunday, March 11th at 2:00 a.m.  Stay ahead of the time change! This is the most preferable time change especially for all those early risers. The clock springs ahead 1 hour so that your

“Why Isn’t My Child Sleeping?”

Why Isn’t My Child Sleeping?? Have you tried everything or possibly attempted many interventions but find that your child still isn’t sleeping well? When it comes to the question of why your child isn’t sleeping, the answer isn’t always simple.

7 Tips to End Short Naps

7 Tips to End Short Naps I frequently hear many parents characterize their children as “poor” or “short” nappers. This is typical of children who tend to take naps that only last 30-40 minutes, which is the length of 1

Will Sleep Training Work?

The question of whether or not sleep training will work is usually asked at least once in every pre-consult phone call I take. My answer is always the same; YES. There are only two reasons why a sleep plan doesn’t

Are Baby Neck Floats Safe?

Baby neck floats have taken off as one of the trends for summer but are they safe? Experts seem to agree that the potential safety hazards outweigh any potential benefits. Check out the full article here: Baby Neck Floats

What Are We Feeding Our Children?

It’s Free Tip Tuesday time!! Today we are revisiting screen time guidelines, the question of “what are we feeding our children” goes beyond physical nutrition; what we feed their brains is equally important, especially for toddlers. A recent article has re-highlighted