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Is Your Baby A Sensitive Sleeper?

By |2018-04-16T13:57:12+00:00March 27th, 2017|Baby Sleep, Sleep Science|

Do you have a sensitive sleeper on your hands? I have a sensitive little sleeper in my family.  And while I was fully aware that variance in sleep sensitivity was possible from one child to the next, it was not until I had one in my own family that I fully understood the true meaning [...]

How to Get Your Baby to Nap Longer

By |2018-04-16T13:57:47+00:00April 12th, 2015|Baby Sleep, Naps, Sleep Science|

Ah, naps. Sweet, sweet naps. We love them as adults. So why don’t babies feel that way, too? If you’ve ever wondered how to get a baby to sleep for a long time, you’re not alone. The most common sleep complaint I hear is “Why won’t my baby nap?” Is this situation familiar to you? [...]

Next stop, the Overtired (Bedtime) Zone!

By |2019-02-02T02:22:50+00:00September 25th, 2014|Baby Sleep, Bedtime Routine, Sleep Science|

You are about to enter another dimension. A bedtime dimension that many parents believe their baby will show signs of a tired, fussy, or clingy child. Yet in this dimension the opposite is true. You see once you've missed that small drowsy bedtime window your child will go from tired and fussy into a journey [...]

Does the Summer Mean an Early Morning for Your Child?

By |2018-05-23T22:37:59+00:00June 8th, 2014|Baby Sleep, Schedule, Sleep Science|

Experiencing a sudden early morning waking with your little one this summer? You may notice as the weather gets warmer and days longer, your little one is getting up earlier and earlier. A consistent early morning waking makes you scratch your head as you think you are doing everything right. Bedtime is early enough, daytime [...]