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World Sleep Day

Q: Wait. There’s a “World Sleep Day?”  Yes indeed, there absolutely is, and it’s Friday, March 18. It may not have the recognition that some other “days” enjoy, but it’s a bit of a big deal to us in the sleep expert community. It typically falls right after the World Sleep Congress, which is a

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How to Tell if Baby Is Ready For One Nap

Is Your Baby Ready to Drop to One Nap? The plus side – This can be a nice transition because instead of two shorter naps, you get one long nap in the middle of the afternoon.  It makes planning your day easier and opens up your morning.  You can also get a lot done or

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Help! My Child Keeps Coming Out of Their Room at Bedtime!

It is common for toddlers and preschoolers to test boundaries in all areas of life, but particularly around bedtime.  Potty training can also cause some boundary pushing.   If night after night, your child is saying they have to go to the bathroom when it’s time for bed, and they already went during the routine,

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Sleep and Special Needs

Bringing up a baby is some seriously, seriously hard work. Think of the hours, the commitment needed, the ambiguity of information, the stakes involved, and the endless, ever-evolving challenges that kids throw at us. And all those regular parenting challenges are present when you have a child with special needs, along with a few others

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Multi-Tasking Mother Holds Sleeping Baby Son And Cleans In Kitchen

Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety typically starts to occur around 6-8 months of age, when your little one starts to realize that things continue to exist, even when they’re not in sight. It’s a cognitive milestone known as “object permanence” which is defined as, “the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be observed.”

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