Darkness is one of the most common conversations I have with inquiring families and in my workshops. There are a lot of misconceptions around how dark it should to be for sleep. It’s believed that some think too dark during the day will continue the day and night confusion, causing worse sleep. I can… Continue reading How dark is dark?
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!
The majority of children make the shift from two naps to one nap between 15-21 months. This transition, however, can be one of the most difficult. You may encounter a few rough months where one nap is not enough yet two naps are impossible. Mental Preparation I find this transition for parents is the most… Continue reading 2 to 1 Nap Transition; A 3-Blog Series on Daytime Sleep
I’m not sure there is anything in parenting that I dreaded more than potty training. All other aspects of parenting, no problem, but the whole learning to pee and poop thing I was avoiding. Of course it didn’t begin this way. Three years ago when we embarked on this developmental milestone with our daughter… Continue reading Potty Training
I recently worked with a client who was so kind in writing about their experience in working with me, Amazing Little Sleeper! Their sweet twin boys (6 months) are now Amazing Little Sleepers! Read their story: “The boys’ sleeping has been off ever since Zach and I went back to work. They have been… Continue reading Our Boys are Sleeping!
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