It’s frustrating when your toddler won’t/can’t sleep. Here are some of the major reasons why toddlers struggle with sleep, and ideas of how to help them.Read More
My child only seems to have cat naps and short stretches of sleep through the night. I’m worried that they aren’t getting as much sleep as is recommended, and that this will impact their healthy growth and development. How much sleep is “enough”?Read More
“I thought sleep was supposed to be better by now?!” Unfortunately, infant and toddler sleep isn’t linear.Read More
It’s really easy to get despondent when your nearly one year old still isn’t sleeping. Surely it should be better by now? shouldn’t it? Maybe not.Read More
Here a few resources that could help you rule out (or determine) what those issues may be. We always recommend talking to a medical professional if you suspect any issues.Read More
There’s so much going on for baby in terms of physical and cognitive development, plus teeth, and sleep is often on the backburner.
Living on coffee due to early morning wakeups?Read More
There is a huge amount of growth and development that happens around four months, which understandably affects many many babies sleep.Read More
If your baby is breastfed, then yes, they really could be hungry every time. Why? Because human milk is a quickly digested food source. But even if they aren’t it is that frequent feeding overnight that will enable your supply to keep up with a growth spurt, or will help them to settle to sleep.Read More
Sleep Trainers love to scare parents with claims that cat naps are bad for babies development, that they must be sleeping for longer stretches or dire consequences will occur.
Thing is, it’s just not true.