In the Fall, I start getting Daylight Savings questions up to a month prior, but not in the Spring. Ironically, before you have kids, you look forward to Daylight Savings in the Fall because we gain an hour, but in reality, it only means your baby will wake an hour earlier (gasp!). This week Daylight Savings starts and we "Spring Forward" which means most of us are looking forward to our children sleeping in, even though we lose an hour. Unfortunately, it also means your baby's sleep can suffer.
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Summertime is fun-filled with trips to the pool, vacations, movie nights, and late bedtimes. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. School starts soon and you might be wondering how to get back to a school schedule. This post will share tips to help your family start the school year out right! Why is Back to School Difficult? First, let's review quickly why getting back to school schedule-wise is so difficult. Our bodies have internal clocks and light stimulating our eyes
Are you trying to learn about your baby's sleep only to be confused about how to apply information to your own situation? (Have you noticed that many books and websites contradict one another? Don't you find that to be SO frustrating?) When information contradicts each other, it's extremely confusing and frustrating! And, the frustrating thing is you don't know which advice applies to your situation and which doesn't. You know the answer is there somewhere, but how can you apply it to
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