A lot of parents ask if infants roll over to their tummy while they are sleeping, do you need to roll them back to their back? The simple answer is “no”. If a baby can roll over to their stomach, they should have enough strength and head control to lift their head and breathe, as… Continue reading Rolling Over and Sleep
Sleep Consulting is a pretty new profession so wondering what a child sleep consultant does is a very common question. I’m basically available to anybody around the world because most of what I do is over the phone, email, text messages, or even Skype. What a child sleep consultant does: Helps to eliminate unwanted sleep… Continue reading What a Child Sleep Consultant Does
On March 14th, those of us lucky enough to live somewhere the time changes, we will all lose an hour of sleep (Eye Roll, am I right?)!! 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… Continue reading Don’t Forget to Spring Forward This Weekend!
Does your toddler require you to stay with them rubbing their back, humming a song, or laying in their bed with them until they have fallen completely asleep? If this is the case, then you probably don’t just have to do this at bedtime, but also throughout the night. The reason for this is that… Continue reading Does your toddler (or infant) require you to sleep with them?
There’s a myth that states You can’t help a newborn sleep better. Although babies under 4 months of age are not developmentally ready to sleep train to be on a perfectly consistent schedule, there are definitely things that we can do to help them sleep more soundly and allow them to start developing healthy sleep… Continue reading Helping a Newborn Sleep Better