On March 8th, those of us lucky enough to live somewhere the time changes, we will all lose an hour of sleep! A lot of kids won’t have a problem adjusting to the new time, but for the littles that have always struggled with sleep, I would suggest adjusting their clock gradually the next week… Continue reading Time to Spring Forward on March 8th
During the sleep training process, you have to be pretty strict and consistent with your schedule, so clients always ask me, is it always going to be like this? How can we still go out and do things without having to be home with the kids in bed by 6:30pm? Well, the answer to the… Continue reading How Can You Have a Life and STILL Keep a Schedule?
As a Child Sleep Consultant, I know that all children can have extreme tantrums when they’re exhausted, and I would love to help if that is the case with your little one, but this blog is actually not about sleep today. Today, I want to discuss the above picture of my sweet son. This is… Continue reading The NOT So Terrible Two’s
Whether you are traveling across the country, traveling 5 minutes, or going to multiple houses during the holiday, it can be hard to keep a schedule. Especially when the kids have other cousins and friends they’re so excited to play with, new toys to enjoy, and sugary desserts, who wants to nap and miss all… Continue reading Staying on Schedule During the Holiday
Everyone knows how important it is to me that my children stay on a great sleep schedule. This is not only because I don’t want to hang out with cranky kids all day, but it’s also due to the fact that sleep is essential for healthy development. So even when we travel across the country,… Continue reading Part 2 of How We Surived 2,500 Miles in the Car with 2 Toddlers