• How To Know If Your Child Is Ready To Drop To No Nap

    How To Know If Your Child is Ready To Drop To No Naps

    July 12, 2018

    Knowing when your child is ready to drop a nap can be difficult. Knowing when they are ready to drop the very last nap, can be a bit daunting. Our children like to go through phases (sleep regressions) where they try and tell us they no longer need the nap. We have to be savvy enough parents…

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  • Dropping To One Nap

    July 11, 2018

    Dropping to a one-nap schedule can be so freeing! When your child only takes one nap, it allows you to have the entire morning free to do whatever you want. You no longer feel like your entire life revolves around naps. It’s wonderful! Unfortunately, you have to wait about a year and a half before…

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  • 7 Ways To Establish Good Sleep Habits From Birth

    7 Ways to Establish Good Sleep Habits From Birth (must-read for expecting moms)

    July 11, 2018

    I frequently hear from other moms that their children aren’t good sleepers. That still, at 5-years-old, their child is not sleeping through the night. Now, I do believe that some children are better sleepers than others; however, there are things we can do to help teach our children to sleep, and it can be started…

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  • How to Solve Sleep Problems for Toddlers and Preschoolers (BFBN)

    July 10, 2018

    Almost every Monday, I do a live video on Facebook answering questions from readers. Almost every single week, I get questions about troubles with sleep, usually naps, for older babies, young toddlers, and preschoolers. I have on common set of questions for these parents. How is child’s exercise? How is the child’s mental stimulation? If your child…

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  • A Simple Explanation of What Sleep Training Actually Is

    A Simple Explanation of What Sleep Training Actually Is

    July 6, 2018

    When you hear the phrase ‘sleep training’ what do you think of? After seeing so much confusion I want to share a simple explanation of sleep training and what it actually is. This post will define it for you in simple terms so that you can develop a better understanding of what it actually means…

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  • What To Do When Your Toddler Has Nightmares

    June 1, 2018

    As someone who often has very vivid dreams and nightmares, I was not surprised when my own child started having them too. Having first-hand experience with dealing with them helped give me the empathy and understanding I needed in order to help my child. These are the strategies I would recommend. #1 Be Empathetic I…

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  • Why Babywise Is Brilliant For Your Marriage

    May 16, 2018

    When I looked into the Babywise method (Read all about it –> HERE) it appealed to me for many reasons. I felt it would be good for my children, myself, our family, and not least of all, my marriage. Before children came along, it was us. Our children literally would not exist if it wasn’t…

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  • 3 Ways Babywise Can Give You Confidence As A New Mama

    April 27, 2018

    As a new mama, things aren’t always as we imagined they would be. I don’t know about you, but I thought I would have this magical intuition about what my baby wanted and needed. Guess what? No such luck. I knew I loved my baby and wanted to care for him, but I was overwhelmed…

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  • How to Have a Good Sleeper in Spite of Personality

    How To Have A Good Sleeper In Spite of Personality

    April 9, 2018

    For anyone new to my blog, I have two children. My eldest is 3 and my youngest is almost 18-months old. Both are good sleepers. One was easier to get into a routine, but neither were born ‘good sleepers’. I truly believe that your child’s personality plays a significant part in their ability to sleep.…

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  • How To Drop To One Nap Without Losing Your Mind

    March 19, 2018

    With my firstborn, the 2-1 nap transition was challenging, to say the least. He had been a chronic cat-napper for the majority of his little life. It took MONTHS for the one nap routine to stick. We got there in the end, but with my second child I was determined to find a smoother process,…

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