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  • There’s a ‘Golden Moment’ for Putting Your Baby to Sleep

    There’s a ‘Golden Moment’ for Putting Your Baby to Sleep

    Most people think a baby is ready for slumber when her eyes get lidded and her head slumps against our shoulder. Actually, at that point she is overtired. Many babies can sleep anywhere, anytime. But those with a challenging temperament or poor state control live on a tightrope. Growing weariness can suddenly tip them off balance and send them crashing down from a happy alertness to exhausted misery in a blink. So if your well-meaning neighbor says to keep your...

    Don't Get Blindsided by the 3-4 Month Sleep Regression

    Don't Get Blindsided by the 3-4 Month Sleep Regression

    The 3- to 4-month sleep regression confounds and frustrates so many parents. With these preventative tips, you don't have to be one of them! There’s that point in every parent’s journey when your little baby starts to sleep better. And you’re so relieved and so happy. But you don’t want to be too quick to congratulate yourself… some sleep challenges lurk ahead in the not-so-distant future: Your baby will start to roll over. When that happens, you have to stop...

    Transitioning Baby to a Crib: It's Easy to Wean SNOO's Motion!

    Transitioning Baby to a Crib: It's Easy to Wean SNOO's Motion!

    One of the top questions parents ask about SNOO is, “How hard is it to transition babies to a crib from SNOO?” I LOVE that question because the answer is so simple: It’s pretty much a snap!  Every baby is unique and some take a bit longer to wean motion than others. But, a 5- or 6-month-old infant’s brain is much more mature than a newborn’s and can sustain long, continuous periods of sleep without the need for rocking or...

    Sleep Schedule for Your Baby’s First Year

    Sleep Schedule for Your Baby’s First Year

    All parents want their infants to sleep well. But many don't know—but want to know—the nitty gritty details: How long will my baby nap? What time should she go to bed? How many hours of overnight sleep can I realistically expect? How does a baby's sleep schedule change over time? Everyone knows that their new baby won't sleep a lot during the first weeks. But, the biggest new-parent misconception is that once the baby passes the first weeks, sleep gradually...

    What Is Dream Feeding? And How Do I Do It?

    What Is Dream Feeding? And How Do I Do It?

    If your baby wakes up hungry each night, besides boosting daytime milk, it makes sense to boost evening calories by dream feeding your baby. Think of it like topping off the gas tank of your car by filling it to the brim. The dream feed will eliminate—or delay—one of the top reasons babies wake through the night: rumbling in the tummy. What Is Dream Feeding? Dream feeding is when you wake your baby to feed one more time before you turn...

    How Much Should a Newborn Sleep?

    How Much Should a Newborn Sleep?

    How much should a newborn sleep? Babies may be too short to compete in the Olympics, but they definitely hold the world’s record for championship sleeping. With an average of 16 hours a day (and, rarely, up to 20!), newborn infants rack up more snoozing than at any other time in life. Yet this can be a fooler! You’d think that 16 hours of baby sleep would leave you tons of free time every day. But newborn sleep is shredded...

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