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Lovey and Sleep

The transition towards independent sleep can come easier if a child uses a lovey, stuffed animal, blanket, or other comfort object.   If you are trying to teach your child (12 months +) to fall asleep without so much assistance from you or a sleep prop, a lovey or stuffed animal can be a helpful

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Fussy Eaters

This may not be a sleep-related post, but there is certainly a correlation between diet and sleep.  A poor diet can impact sleep.   So if you have a toddler in the house, you’re probably already familiar with this scenario. You make a nice, healthy dinner for your little one, they sit down in front

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4 Things That Can Make It Hard for New Dads and Kids to Sleep

Guest Blogger, Josh Moore, founder of Diaperdads. Being a dad is the best! But getting sleep as the dad of a baby or toddler can be a bit tricky. If you’re tired of sleepless nights, your first move should be to check out the services provided by The Sleepytime Consultant. Kendra has helped countless exhausted

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Is My Baby Waking From Hunger?

We’re all willing to do whatever it takes to ensure that our babies are properly nourished, but as anyone who’s been through this journey of motherhood will tell you, kids are unimaginably clever. They will find ways to get what they want and they will repeat them relentlessly. Which is not their fault, obviously. They’re

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Stages of Fatigue for a Baby

1. Baby is alert, energetic, and wide-eyed. They actively engaged with their surroundings and pay attention to what’s going on around them. 2. Baby gets less active and their eyes begin to get a little heavy. They become less interested in their surroundings and may want to be picked up and help. 3. Eyelids begin to get noticeably heavier and may begin…

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3 Simple Ways to Practice Self-Care as a Breastfeeding Mother

As a new mother, much of your time is spent feeding, changing, and soothing your new bundle of joy. And while focusing on your little one is crucial, it’s just as important to care for yourself — especially if you’ll be breastfeeding. As beneficial as breastfeeding can be to you and your baby, it can

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