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Ask a Sleep Expert: My Baby Finally Fell Asleep, But I’m Wide Awake. Now What?

In our series “Ask a Sleep Expert,” we pose a question to pediatric sleep consultant Ingrid Prueher, founder of BabySleepWhisperer.com, and get her expert insight and advice. My baby’s sleep is on track. But now I’m the one having trouble falling asleep, especially after checking on the baby in the middle of the night. What...CONTINUE READING
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5 Best Ways For New Dads to Get Involved — And Stay Involved — With Their Kids From the Start

Unfortunately, dads aren’t always seen as being as crucial to infants’ lives as their mothers are. But luckily for dads who want to be there for (almost) every bedtime, every giggle and burp, there are numerous ways to get involved in their kids’ lives from the very start — and remain a fixture forever. Because,...CONTINUE READING
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Category:General

Safe Sleep

Do’s and Don’ts for Safe Sleep We’re the kind of people who notice everything, from trends in sleep data to the slightly crooked diplomas hanging on our favorite doctor’s office wall. We studied many a nursery in perfecting Nanit. And, in doing so, we noticed something important – some sleep environments weren’t completely optimized for...CONTINUE READING
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Category:0-3 Months, Safety

Ask a Sleep Expert: Why Did My Baby Stop Sleeping Through the Night?

In our new series “Ask a Sleep Expert,” we pose a question from a reader to pediatric sleep consultant Ingrid Prueher, founder of BabySleepWhisperer.com, and get her expert insight and advice. “My baby was sleeping through the night. Then all of a sudden, at seven months, he stopped. What happened?” –Regina, State College, Pennsylvania Ingrid:...CONTINUE READING
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5 Common Sleep Mistakes

Bringing up baby comes with a lot of sleepless nights. In fact, you might be more than a little sleep deprived as you read this…and possibly wearing two different colored socks. The good thing? You’re not alone. Sleep has been an issue for parents everywhere since, well, forever. On average, moms and dads lose 44...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Sleep Problems

The Secret to Raising an Independent Sleeper

The term independent is often used to describe things like countries, and college students (well, sometimes), but babies are rarely thrown into that mix, being best known for their tendency to need almost everything done for them. But, what if you could start laying the foundation for your baby’s independence now? What if that foundation...CONTINUE READING
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