Although it doesn’t look like fall in Nebraska right now, the twins got to “Fall Back” into the snow instead of leaves this year! As I’ve mentioned before, some parents don’t dread the thought of the time changing because they have good sleepers on their hands. For other parents that have worked hard to get… Continue reading The End of Daylight Savings is Among Us
Monkey & Roo finally got to say goodbye to their cribs and HELLLOOOO to GIANT full sized beds! They are 3 years and 5 months old and although they have been ready for this transition for months, with Covid-19 and our busy work season being in the summer, we got a little delayed. They were… Continue reading How to Transition Out of Cribs with Ease
I've recently discussed what I do as a child sleep consultant, but I've been asked about what the process of actually moving forward working with me looks like. So depending on what Package you choose will vary the steps we take to get started. If you just want to do a 30 minute phone call… Continue reading What Can You Expect From Me?
With everything going on in the world with the Coronavirus, I thought I would remind everybody the importance quality sleep has on our immune system. Studies show that people who don't get enough sleep or have poor quality sleep are more likely to get sick when exposed to a virus. It will also affect how… Continue reading Lack of Sleep Can Affect Immune System
Melatonin is a natural sleep hormone that our body produces when it is getting close to being time for bed. When it gets dark outside, our body naturally starts to produce it in order to signal us that it is time to relax. (This is one reason I highly suggest to clients to have their… Continue reading Are Melatonin Supplements an Option for Kids?