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Is My Newborn Sleeping Too Much?

By |2019-12-16T17:09:10+00:00January 7th, 2020|Baby Sleep|

Wondering if your newborn is sleeping too much may be a question you never thought you’d ask. As a new parent, you’ve most certainly heard about how much sleep you’ll probably lose, and over the course of the first year that will probably be true (read about the 4 month sleep regression for evidence!) However, [...]

How to Help Your 2 to 3 Month Old Baby Sleep Better

By |2018-04-16T13:56:43+00:00March 1st, 2018|Baby Sleep|

We've previously discussed baby's sleep in the first two months and the normal developmental phase of PURPLE crying. Good news! Your baby’s period of PURPLE crying will have peaked and should now be starting to subside. In these next couple of months, your baby’s sleep will begin to consolidate into longer sleep periods and you will [...]

3 Month Old Baby Sleep Tips – 4th Trimester Sleep

By |2018-04-16T13:57:38+00:00March 16th, 2016|4th Trimester, Baby Sleep|

Maybe the newborn weeks were idyllic – your baby ate, slept, and woke on a fairly predictable rhythm. Maybe the opposite was true and you’re sleep deprived and wondering what offerings you need to offer to appease the sleep gods. Either way, somewhere between 3 and 6 months, it’s going to change. At around 4 [...]

Circadian Rhythms and the Tick-Tock of Your Baby’s Biological Clock

By |2019-10-27T01:32:50+00:00January 13th, 2014|Baby Sleep|

Circadian Rhythms and Your Baby Something I explain to my new parents with babies younger than 4 months of age, is about their baby’s biological clock and circadian rhythms.  You’ve all heard that from me right?  ”Their biological clock hasn’t matured yet, therefore…” So I thought it would be a good idea if I explained this in [...]

Over-Stimulation & The Period of Purple Crying

By |2019-09-09T19:27:26+00:00August 15th, 2012|Baby Sleep|

In those first few months your baby will cry and it will be almost impossible to soothe him.  He will cry and it will be so unpredictable you'll be pulling out your hair because you can't figure him out, and...it could last for the first four months of his life. The good news is that it's [...]