If your baby has been diagnosed with reflux, it does not mean they can not sleep well. Over the last 8 years, I have worked with many babies who had reflux and many babies whose parents thought they had reflux. And were just using it as an excuse for poor sleep. In this video I chat about the symptoms of reflux, what to do if you think your baby has reflux and how it all ties in with sleep. The good news is…Babies with reflux can learn to be great sleepers too!
Having a baby that is up a lot during the night can be tough on everyone. I know, all you want is just a full night’s sleep!
In case you missed the Facebook Live about getting your baby sleeping well at night…HERE IT IS.
I dig into my Baby Sleep The Night Guide and walk you through what you can do to get your baby sleeping through the night.
Having a baby that wakes many times during the night can be really tiring for both mom and baby. And not good for the overall health and development of the baby.
A baby who is well rested is more stable emotionally and better equipped to form bonds and relationships. And truth be told, so is mom.
So why is your baby up so much during the night? You may be surprised to hear that it likely has to do with what is happening at bedtime.
Here is what you can do to get the night wakings to STOP and teach your baby to sleep through the night.
If you dream of putting your baby down in the crib awake and letting her fall asleep peacefully on her own, then check out this video!
Want to find out more about teaching your baby to sleep well?
Watch the free training….How to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Well Without Feeling Like a Bad Mom.
I get it! Waking up many times a night to feed a baby can be tough. Especially if your baby is waking more often as they get older, not less, like you were hoping for.
Have you been reading everything on-line, listening to advice from your mommy friends and even asking your own mom? And you are still confused if your baby is actually ready and capable of sleeping through the night. Heck, you are not even sure what sleeping through the night really means.
In this video, I chat about what sleeping through the night really means and how to determine when your baby may be ready to do that.
No more second guessing if your baby is actually hungry during the night or just waking for another reason!
We are always focusing on getting your baby the sleep he or she needs to be happy and healthy. But what about you? I know mom’s needs are often put on the back burner. But they shouldn’t be!
In this video, I will teach you the top 3 reasons why you need to be sleeping well during the night. I don’t mean to scare you but…..
If you want to learn more about sleep, I highly recommend this book called Why We Sleep?
Long, lazy summer evenings, the smell of BBQ in the air, the feeling of the sun warm on your skin can only mean one thing………. We turn our clocks ahead one hour this weekend.
This time change is a pretty easy one on families.
Get up at your usual time Sunday morning, turn your clocks ahead one hour and start the day. The bonus…”Your perceive your little one is sleeping in an hour later.” And that is a good feeling for everyone.
The best way to make the transition to the new time is to split the difference.
If for example your little one usually takes a morning nap round 9:30, you will adjust this to 10:00 am for the 3 days after the time change. This will mean that your baby is going to bed a little earlier or sooner than the normal wait between sleeps, but again it’s not so much so that it’s going to interfere with her schedule too much. It may take her a bit more time to fall asleep as she may not be as tired, but in a week’s time she will be back on track again. On day and night 4, move to the correct time on the clock again.
I know I am excited for more sunlight in the evening!