My guest post Baby Sleep and Travel: How To Maintain Baby’s Sleep Schedule came out last month, but the summer is still trucking along and you may need some travel tips for an upcoming trip.
Remember, the fear of the unknown is a universal and powerful fear. Your child is not a mind reader. Knowing what to expect in their lives can make the difference between a happy kid and a tense anxious kid.
Parenting is very personal even if it is often on public display. There are no shortages of self-proclaimed experts on every topic.
Reminder!!!! Sunday Daylight Savings is March 13th, 2022 Here are a few things you can do to make the transition as easy as possible.
As you know, I am a big believer in the “virtual village” where we can all help one another on our parenting journey. As part of that, I was lucky enough to be asked to contribute to a recent article about sleep.
If you want to be healthy, consider your sleep needs. Never underestimate the power of sleep. In today’s language, think of your bed as a charging dock. You need to recharge for the right amount of time, daily.
Research studies show that our bodies adjust better when going back in time, rather than going forward. If you want to prepare, here are four options that will help you and your child make this adjustment!
Adulting is hard, parenting is hard, and parenting during a pandemic is not for the faint of heart. Parenting during a pandemic while sleep deprived with a cranky child in your arms, siblings arguing, and a spouse just as fried as you? Well, that’s just a whole other story or basically a lot of family’s stories these days.
Today I want to talk about one of the aspects of my coaching: bedtime routines. This really is the lynchpin that can hold everything together.
The meaning behind “Sleepytime Support” and what that Support looks like for my clients.