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when to start sleep training

When to Start Sleep Training – Best Practices From a Sleep Trainer

If your baby sleeping for more than two hours at a time is as rare as $100,000 magically appearing in your bank account, you might be wondering when to start sleep training.  But, experts recommend waiting until baby is around three or four months before diving into the tricky, but effective, realms of sleep training and...CONTINUE READING
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6-Month Sleep Regression

The 6 Month Sleep Regression: What it is and How to Get Through it

You might have heard your parent-friends grumble about spending weeks slogging through sleepless nights around their baby’s four month birthday, adjusting routines, creating an ideal sleep sanctuary, and finally getting their baby to sleep in intervals longer than 30-minutes – and you sighed in relief that the sleep regression missed your baby – then wham...CONTINUE READING
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Dream Feeding

Dream Feeding: What Is it, And Is It Right For You and Your Baby?

For most parents of infants, getting a full night’s sleep would be a dream. Though that’s the idea behind dream feeding, the name refers to the practice of feeding your baby while they’re still half-asleep. Until they’re about nine months old, most infants can’t sleep through a whole night without feeding. That’s why some parents...CONTINUE READING
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sleep-associations

Sleep Associations: Negative VS. Positive Ways to Get Your Baby to Sleep

Having a baby comes with a whole new language. Suddenly you’re throwing around words like binky and cradle cap, not to mention your voice somehow jumps several octaves when speaking to anyone under the age of 5. Sleep comes with its own language too. One phrase you might hear tossed around a lot? Sleep associations....CONTINUE READING
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