The parenting journey seems very unique in this day of age. There’s been no other time in life where information is readily available at your fingertips. What a blessing and a curse. Along with our own journey navigating our gut feelings with social media, internet researches, and more – you always have family and friends… Continue reading Sleep, Parenting & The Holidays
October is such an amazing month for many reasons, one being it’s my anniversary month! I am truly humbled and honored to work with such amazing families around the world, achieving sleep for children so the entire family is rested and living an amazing life! Cheers to another great year ahead!
For many, the days are packed with work, classes, activities, outdoor time, meetings, sports and so much more. Running from activity to activity can leave one with high-energy by the end of the day. Returning home, it can be hard to switch gears and quickly prepare for bed; instead you need a calming period. This… Continue reading Calming Period
All children are different, so it’s not a surprise that their nap durations are different. In my house of two children, I have two very different nappers. One is a short, specific napper and the other a long, easy-going napper. Same family, same environments, two very different outcomes. Before we discuss the details of a… Continue reading Short Nappers vs Long Nappers; A 3-Blog Series on Daytime Sleep
My baby doesn’t nap well…Maybe they don’t need much sleep? All babies are built to sleep – day and night! You’ve tried every trick in the book to help your child nap: rocking to sleep, holding them, a car ride, wearing them while bouncing on a yoga ball, but nothing seems to work. Like clock… Continue reading The Need for Naps; A 3-Blog Series on Daytime Sleep
It’s that time of year again, to change the clocks. Sunday, March 11th, 2018 @ 2:00am set our clocks forward one hour. Many people dread losing an hour of sleep, but for your children it can be a positive experience. This is the one day a year your child will wake up later, so, enjoy… Continue reading Spring Forward: Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings