• Babywise With 3 Kids: How it Makes Life Easier

    Babywise with 3 Kids: How it Makes Life Easier

    December 12, 2018

    I recently read, once again, that moms with three kids are the most stressed out of any number of children. There are times when I totally get that. (Hello, having 2 two-year-olds and a preK kid.) But overall, it doesn’t have to be that bad. You can feel more in control and have days that…

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  • 5 Tips for the First-Time Mom Using Babywise

    5 Essential Babywise Tips for the First-Time Mom

    November 16, 2018

    As a first-time mama it is so helpful to have some Babywise tips from a mom who has already used it in real life. (This post originally appeared on Twin Mom and More.) Babywise is primarily used as a sleep training book. Although, I would argue that there is so much more to it than…

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    How to Transition Your Child From Nap Time to Rest Time

    September 7, 2018

    The age at which your child stops napping is different for every single child. Most parents dread the idea of having to relinquish those few quiet hours during the day. Not only will it mean that you don’t get a break, but your child is often grumpier in the afternoon. However, it doesn’t have to…

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  • What is the Right Age to Sleep Train your Baby?

    August 31, 2018

    I’ve seen this question asked plenty of times. “What is the right age to sleep train your baby?” I’ve also seen it answered in many different ways. Some say never, others say from 4 months onwards, and then many default to “ask your paediatrician”. I have a different answer entirely, which isn’t really all that…

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  • The 3 Things You Need To Be Successful with Sleep Training

    August 22, 2018

    Parents come to the decision to sleep train for all sorts of different reasons. I didn’t start for this reason but having sleep trained my children has really helped when it comes to working from home. Some begin working on healthy sleep habits from day one. Others, reach the decision to sleep train out of…

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  • Babywise vs Moms on Call: 5 Differences You Need To Know About

    July 20, 2018

    Want to know the differences between babywise vs moms on call? Today I’m sharing 5 key differences between the two sleep training methods so that you can make an informed decision about which method will work best for you and your baby. If you’re new to both methods then go ahead and take a look…

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    How To Conquer The 2.5 Year Sleep Regression

    July 18, 2018

    Is your 2-year old struggling to sleep? There is a well-known sleep regression at 2.5 years and many moms have despaired about how challenging it is. If you’re there right now then this post is for you. Just read on for tips on how to conquer this tricky stage. 5 Tips for Dealing with the…

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  • How To Tell If You Have A High Sleep Needs or a Low Sleep Needs Baby

    How to Tell if you Have a High Sleep Needs or a Low Sleep Needs Baby

    July 14, 2018

    I am a hardcore Babywise mama. I start implementing sleep strategies from birth to help my babies become great sleepers (Click here for my post on how to start Babywise from birth!). It’s not easy: it takes WORK. When you put in all that work, time and effort and then your baby just isn’t sleeping…

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  • 5 Powerful Reasons Babywise Is Effective For All Kinds of Babies

    July 13, 2018

    I think sometimes as parents we can be guilty of thinking that our child is the exception to the rule. Y’know, we’ve got the difficult sleeper, or the colicky newborn, or the baby that gets overstimulated far too easily? Which of course means that the typical parenting methods won’t be effective. Well yes, babies are all…

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  • 7 Reasons I Want My Kids Awake After Bedtime

    July 12, 2018

    Picture it, you put your kids to bed. You’ve done the whole bedtime routine. Teeth were brushed, songs were sung, and hugs exchanged.  You shut your child’s door ready to tackle the rest of your evening. When about 20 minutes later you hear a little voice singing from the bedroom. Your kid is not asleep.  That’s okay.…

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