Newborn Sleep Tips
There is a wide range of what’s normal when it comes to your baby’s sleep the first few months of life. Initially, almost all babies need some help falling asleep. That’s okay.
In fact, you can’t make any “sleep mistakes” the first few months of your baby’s life. Focus on following safe sleep practices and getting rest whenever you can.
Baby Sleep Tips
Once your baby reaches four months (gestationally corrected) he or she is ready for more independent sleep. At this point, sleep cycles have matured to support 11-12 hours of nighttime sleep. Babies are more coordinated and much better at the art of self-soothing. And with the proper feeding schedule they are also able to enough during the day to satisfy their daily nutritional needs
Toddler & Big Kids Sleep Tips
It’s exciting to be a toddler. Every day is an adventure and every moment is an opportunity to figure out how the world works.
Sometimes this increased independence is accompanied by sleep struggles. From napping challenges, to fear of the dark, to the arrival of a little brother and sister — toddlerhood has it all.
Our method focuses on preparing children for change. That means making sure that you have all the information you need before you start. It means making sure the logistics are taken care of and that both parents are informed.
It also means that you have examined your baby’s current habits and identified any obsticles that might need to be fixed ahead of time