Who Should Put the Baby to Bed

I’m going to get a little out of my comfort zone for this blog and do something I wouldn’t typically do. I’m going to speculate. I’m going to hypothesize. If you read my blog regularly, you know I’m a big believer in studies, data, and established, credible scientific...

Surviving the end of Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Savings is coming to an end—every parent’s favorite time of the year, bringing sleep disruption and crankiness right along with it. Here are my top tips to make the transition as smooth and seamless as possible. Ignore It on Night 1: Your best bet on night...

Split Nights

Is your little one waking up in the middle of the night? No no, not like that. I mean like really waking up. Waking up and staying up. For like… hours. If you’re the parent of a baby who’s dealing with segmented sleep, you know exactly what I’m talking about. This...

Sleep Training and Daycare

One of the biggest obstacles my clients face is how to handle sleep training and napping when sending their little one to daycare. Whether your baby is already on a carefully planned nap schedule or you’re starting one, a problem will certainly arise if your daycare...

Quarantine Survival Guide

What can I say? These past few weeks have been… I mean, wow. Right? Just wow. It’s hard to know where to start and as am mom of four, I, just like you am processing a lot! If you’re in the same boat as most parents in the world, you’ve had to accommodate the...

What if Baby Gets Sick

When working with clients, one of the most frustrating hiccups can be the sudden onset of a minor illness. This is especially true, when we’re just beginning to see more consistent, consolidated sleep- in other words, they’re finally seeing progress. This can be...