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SlumberPod: How to Keep Your Baby’s Sleep on Track While Away From Home.

It's a burning question that I get from my clients all the time; “How do I keep my baby on track with sleep while we are away from home?!” I get it. You worked hard to help your baby gain the rest that they are currently getting and you are afraid a vacation or trip...

Comfort Items: When is it Safe to Add a Blanket, Lovey, and Pillow?

Lovey’s, blankets, and pillows are all so cute, right?! But when is it okay to add these sweet comfort items to your baby’s/toddlers sleep environment?  Today I am answering this question by simply breaking down what can be in your baby’s/toddlers crib by age....

Nap Transitions: When to Drop a Nap

You feel like you have your baby’s/toddler’s schedule down and then all of a sudden they begin resisting one of their naps. This is surprising to you because this is normally a nap that they take every day consistently and it's the time that you are guaranteed a...

Sleepy Cues: Understand When Your Baby is Trying to Tell You They are Tired.

Some of you might be thinking, “How is my baby supposed to “tell” me they are tired if they can’t verbally communicate yet?”. That’s a good question and I have the answer. Your baby communicates that they are tired through nonverbal sleepy cues. Sleepy cues are...
Nap Transitions: When to Drop a Nap

Nap Transitions: When to Drop a Nap

You feel like you have your baby’s/toddler’s schedule down and then all of a sudden they begin resisting one of their naps. This is surprising to you because this is normally a nap that they take every day consistently and it's the time that you are guaranteed a...

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