3 Sleep Tips for Newborns

No life event comes with as much uncertainty as a new baby. There are more questions in those first few months than there will be for the next two years, and a lot of them will undoubtedly center on baby’s sleep. Today, I have 3 great tips for new parents to get their new bundle of joy off to a … Read More

Sleep Training a Newborn With a Toddler in the House

Teaching a newborn the skills they need to sleep independently can be a little tough on a parent, but the difficulty level raises significantly when there’s another child in the house. Letting a baby cry for a few minutes at a time can be really disruptive for a toddler in the adjacent room. So what are you supposed to do … Read More

Weaning Off the Swaddle

Swaddling is often a great method of keeping a newborn baby comforted and settled when they’re sleeping, but it eventually outlives its usefulness. But quite often, babies develop an attachment to the swaddle and frequently wake up when they inevitably kick their way out of it in the night. Today, I’ve got a step-by-step strategy for you to gently wean … Read More

Should Babies Really “Sleep Through the Night?”

It’s a term that we use all the time as the parents of young children. “Sleeping through the night” is viewed as the peak of the mountain when it comes to babies’ sleep, but its meaning is also widely misunderstood. In today’s video, I’ll explain exactly what I mean when I talk about “sleeping through the night” and hopefully clear … Read More

Tips for Newborns

Newborn babies are typically not going to sleep through the night. Their little tummies usually require at least one or two nighttime feeds up until they reach the 6 month mark. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t start teaching them some great sleep skills, starting tonight! In today’s video, I have some tips to help you set up a … Read More

Sleep Training When Siblings Share a Room

One of the more common questions I get asked is from parents who have an older child and a new baby sharing a space. The question, as you can probably guess, is “How do I sleep train my baby without disturbing my toddler in the process?” It’s definitely a tricky situation but I have some tips today to help you … Read More

What Does “Cry-it-Out” Really Mean?

We hear the term “cry-it-out” a lot when it comes to sleep training, and it doesn’t always have the nicest connotation. Many new parents tend to think it involves placing their newborn in the crib, closing the door, and leaving their precious new baby alone until 7:00 rolls around. For anyone under this impression, I can happily tell you that … Read More

The 4-Month Sleep Regression

As a new parent, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “sleep regression” from a friend, parent, or anyone else you’ve talked to about the adventure you’re about to embark on. Most of these regressions are just the result of an illness or a change in environment, but the 4-month sleep regression is a different animal altogether. I’ll tell you what makes … Read More

When Will my Child Sleep Through the Night?

The million dollar question for new parents is, almost without exception, “When is my baby going to start sleeping straight through the night?” Parents are resilient people, but sleep is an essential component of our health and well-being, so looking forward to a full night of uninterrupted sleep is only natural. It’s also a developmental milestone that shows us that … Read More

When Will My Baby Sleep Through the Night?

If there’s a million dollar question for new parents, “When can we expect our baby to sleep through the night,” is almost certainly it. A big contributor to the confusion is that everyone seems to have a different answer. In this week’s video, I’ve got some tips that can help you figure out if your child is ready (and willing) … Read More