When I was pregnant I remember spending hours scouring Pinterest for nursery design inspo. I loved selecting items to create a sweet sleep space, but I probably should have given a little more thought to how to make my son’s bedroom safe, calm and quiet (not just pretty). Fast forward to two kids later and five years as a sleep training expert and I now have a much better handle on the situation. I’ve drilled it down to five essential nursery items.
When should you start reading to your baby? It’s never too early to start. A baby’s response to sound is one of their earliest developed senses so they are naturally drawn to a parents voice. Because bedtime routines are an important aspect of healthy sleep habits for infants and children, taking the time to read stories can further help to develop this sense.
Establishing a baby bedtime routine from an early age is a great way to help promote healthy sleep skills. Routines are also critical to predictability and consistency in your child’s day. Learn how to follow the perfect bedtime routine recipe for your little one.
If it’s 3 in the morning and you have just Googled “my baby won’t sleep” you’ve come to the right blog post. There are many different contributing factors as to why a baby struggles to fall asleep and to stay asleep.
Do you want to make positive and long lasting changes to your child’s sleep habits, but don’t know where to start? I’m giving you access to an on-line infant sleep training course to help you get a head start on navigating the process for your child. This program is designed for children 4 to 6 months of age.
Are you struggling with deciding when to start sleep training, when to remove night feeds and what sleep training approach will work best? I’m breaking apart 3 common sleep training myths to help you decide if and when it’s right for your family.