Staying on Track When Baby Gets Sick

There’s no avoiding the fact that your kids are going to get sick from time to time, and when they do, it can derail the progress you’ve made with their sleep pretty quickly. In today’s video, I’ll list a few of the common mistakes parents make when their little one gets a bug, and how to provide the extra comfort … Read More

Staying on Track When Baby Gets Sick

There’s no avoiding the fact that your kids are going to get sick from time to time, and when they do, it can derail the progress you’ve made with their sleep pretty quickly. In today’s video, I’ll list a few of the common mistakes parents make when their little one gets a bug, and how to provide the extra comfort … Read More

Maintaining Good Sleep Through an Illness

So you’ve established a bedtime routine, gotten baby onto a schedule, and your little one is sleeping soundly through the night. But then… All of a sudden, baby’s got a cold, or a fever, or an ear infection, and you’re starting to backslide into the habits that led to fitful nights in the first place. In today’s video, I’ve got … Read More

Reflux and Sleep

When I first started working as a baby sleep consultant almost 14 years ago, hardly any parent I met had even heard the term “gastroesophageal reflux.” Nowadays, it’s part of every mother’s vocabulary. If your child hasn’t been diagnosed with GER or GERD, chances are you know someone whose baby has. There’s also a good chance that you know someone … Read More

Is Sleep as Important as Diet for Children?

If you had to decide between a healthy diet or a full night’s sleep for your baby, which one would you choose? I’m obviously biased on this issue, being a baby sleep consultant and all, so I’ll recuse myself from the voting here. Typically, I think we would lean towards their diet being a more important factor in their overall … Read More

Can Lack of Sleep Promote Obesity and Diabetes in Kids?

Unless you’ve been living in isolation for the last ten years or so, you’ve probably heard plenty of talk about the alarming rise in childhood obesity. Here in the US, around 12.7 million children and adolescents are considered obese. That’s around 17% of the population aged 2-19. Just think about that for a moment! Nearly one fifth of the kids … Read More

Plagiocephaly: What It Is And How You Can Deal With It

Most of us have noticed that babies sometimes have a flat spot at the back of their heads. And while it’s no cause for alarm, it can be a bit unsettling if it appears on your own baby. This condition is referred to as plagiocephaly, and the most common form (positional plagiocephaly) happens when babies spend a lot of time … Read More

Is Snoring Dangerous For Babies And Children?

Most of us consider snoring just a normal part of life. Maybe we have a partner who snores, or a Grandpa who falls asleep in his easy chair and snores so loud it’s hard on carry on a conversation in the room. We think of it as a common condition, and while it might be irritating trying to sleep beside … Read More

Illness and Your Child’s Sleep

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Teething and Illness and Sleep — Oh My!

Please watch my video on teething, illness, and sleep in children. Looking for a quick and simple solution for your child’s sleep problems? Click here now for a complete solution that you can start using tonight! To learn more about The Sleep Sense Program, click here — or you can click here to order now! To ask a question about … Read More