Too late of a bedtime can cause early morning wakeups, extra nightwakings, bedtime battles, and general overtiredness that contributes to poor napping — talk about trouble! Check out this post to learn how to appropriately time bedtime for your child.
Falling asleep independently can be tricky business for babies. Whether you’re hoping to teach your newborn from day 1 or you’re trying to unteach and reteach your toddler, you’ll find helpful information here on what you can do to start teaching this skill ASAP!
“Sleep training” is a commonly misunderstood term because people define it differently. Check out this blog post to see how I define “sleep training,” “cry it out,” and “schedules” as far as they relate to babies.
Wondering when you should be putting your little one (age 6-18 months) down for naps to ensure the most restorative sleep -- and therefore the happiest possible child? Look no further than this blog post, which is all about how to follow Baby’s circadian rhythms for naptime.
If you’re interested in what training methods I used for my own daughter, look no further! In this blog post, I detail each part of sleep training that we did (all before I became a sleep consultant), and whether or not I would recommend doing the same for your child.