When Baby Gets Sick

It’s that time of year when cold and flu germs are in high circulation and can take hold of even the littlest member of your family. One question I get a lot from parents (particularly previous clients whose children have been sleeping beautifully) is—'what do I do when baby gets sick'? Parents want to tend ...

By | December 5th, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Schedule|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Is The DockATot Safe For Your Baby to Sleep In?

In the midst of sleepless nights and exhausted days, new parents are always keen to hear about products that just may help their little one nap a bit longer or sleep through the night. One of the products we’ve been asked about a lot lately is the DockATot. A quick search of the internet reveals ...

Reactive Bed Sharing Is Not The Answer

I remember when the twins where infants and my husband and I were in survival mode. Knowing that our 3.5 year old wouldn’t be letting us sleep in most mornings, getting our sleep throughout the night was critical to be able to function well enough to care for these three little ones, as well as care ...

By | September 18th, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Sleep Environment|Tags: , , |0 Comments

What All New Parents Should Know About Sleep Training

New parents receive so much advice and information on what they should and shouldn’t do once their baby arrives.  Well-meaning friends and family members pass along what worked for them, what didn’t, what you MUST do and what you should avoid.  The tricky part about all this?  Every baby and every family is unique and ...

Baby’s Sleep In The First Two Months

A newborn’s sleep is disorganized in the first 8 weeks (adjust for expected due date), and this can be a source of uncertainty and anxiety in new parents.

By | August 28th, 2017|Categories: 4th Trimester, Baby Sleep, Sleep Science|Tags: , , |0 Comments

How To Dress Baby For Sleep In The Summer

One question that the Good Night Sleep Site team gets from parents quite frequently is how to dress baby for sleep in the summer at night.

By | August 1st, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Sleep Environment|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Second Child Sleep Syndrome

I think it’s fair to say that I was obsessed with very passionate about my first child’s sleep. I kept her to a schedule, revolved our days and nights around her slumber, and cowered at the thought of doing anything different. Surely this was the only way to keep her well rested. When I got ...

By | July 8th, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Naps, Schedule, Sleep Environment|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Healthy Sleep For Your Baby Without the Guilt

Craving healthy sleep for your baby doesn’t have to come with a side of guilt. Sleepless nights are synonymous with the early weeks of parenting. Almost a rite of passage. An expected, but completely unprepared for how bone-numbing tiring it can actually be, rite of passage Sleep, or lack thereof, is quite commonly one of ...

Short Nap Struggles

One, two, three, four…I declare a nap war.  Because that’s how it feels some days, right?  You KNOW your little one is tired.  And yet they just won’t nap.  

By | May 10th, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Naps|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Why Your Baby Cries When They Wake Up

I was recently asked by Catherine from Cat & Nat a great question and one that I'm asked frequently. “If my baby wakes up crying does it mean that they are still tired?” Why Your Baby Cries When They Wake Up If your baby wakes up screaming and crying there are likely 3 things going on: ...

By | April 21st, 2017|Categories: Baby Sleep, Naps|Tags: , |0 Comments