Let’s remember all the wonderful things to talk about with other adult humans that is NOT the sleeping habits of a tiny human. You can do it!
When my babies were about five months old, I gave them soft lovey to sleep with. It seemed crazy that a baby so young would care, but it was so effective.
Photogenic crib sheets and blankets are perfect for the moms and dads photographing newborns and babies lying down. We love these!
Decode your baby’s cries with Dunstan Baby Language like I saw on Oprah. Learning the five words of a baby’s language can help with a super fussy baby.
But, technology marches on! I recently learned about Mimo wearable baby monitor teaming up to feed the Nod Digital Sleep Coach app. Having studied thousands of baby sleep patterns, the Nod app can provide parents with more personalized sleep coaching, almost like having a baby sleep expert in your own home (but for a lot […]
Apps and tools can help track baby’s patterns if there are any. Sleep deprivation and sleep itself both make keeping track of time challenging.
This is one easy DIY project that will give you bang for your $5. My mom created the first iterations of our family’s flannel swaddle blankets and I have sewn a few more with these instructions. I even made one large enough to wrap my five-year old when he wanted to be the baby again […]
I made this cheat sheet for you about all the things you need to know about baby sleep but didn’t have time to learn because your baby doesn’t sleep!
I learned how to feed my baby fully while he was still asleep. It is called a Dream Feed and we all slept better because of it.
Many thanks to Nicole Johnson, sleep coach and owner of The Baby Sleep Site, who shares these sanity-saving summertime sleep tips for babies and toddlers.
When we first added Goodnight Moon to our bedtime ritual, I thought, “This book is sort of boring.” After a few months, I thought “This book is painfully boring.” One day, my friend Sunny said, “I see new things in that book every time I look at it.” Um, what? So I started paying more […]
Leaving all the gear and comforts of home for a family trip is both exciting and annoying. I’m thinking about sleeping. As a Mama MacGyver, setting up a kids travel bed for my little ones is approximately one part fort and two parts laundry basket with some familiar loveys from home. Tiny babies: It may be controversial but I […]