Daylight Savings Ends on November 7th this year, and for most people it is more of an annoyance to change all your clocks than it is something that you dread. But for some parents that have worked hard to get their sensitive sleepers on a great schedule, this particular day can leave one feeling uneasy. If… Continue reading “Fall Back” Tips to Keep Your Children on Schedule
We all know that light can affect how well we sleep at night, but a common question is can a night light affect sleep? The simple answer is, Yes! Some parents like to have night lights in their children’s nursery so that when they go in to do a middle of the night feeding, or… Continue reading Is a Night Light Affecting my Kids Sleep?
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
Tummy time has become an important part of babies development, especially since the “back to sleep” campaign started in order to reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). The reason for this is because ‘back to sleep’ has increased cases of positional plagiocephaly, which is essentially where babies develop flat spots on their… Continue reading Does Your Baby Get Enough Supervised Tummy Time?
Instead of asking toddlers what do you want for lunch? what book do you want to read? Or telling them here’s your pajamas or it’s time to brush your teeth.... giving toddlers OPTIONS really helps them feel part of the equation, and in control..... which helps eliminate the constant battles. For meals, I tend to… Continue reading Preventing Toddler Battles with Options