When your newborn isn't sleeping at night or napping during the day, the entire family is exhausted! You might be considering sleep training your newborn. But, how should you sleep train a newborn? Is it the same as an older baby? And, when can you start? This article will answer these questions based on my experience as a pediatric sleep consultant for over 10 years. Can You Sleep Train a Newborn? Yes, you can sleep train your newborn as long as we keep realistic expectations and have an
When to move baby to a crib is 6 months old, on average. However, there are several factors to consider when deciding when to transition baby to a crib. This post will discuss these factors so you can decide the best time to move your baby to the crib and do it successfully. Let's get to it! Weight Limits of Bassinets How long your baby sleeps in a bassinet will include a few factors, one of the biggest ones being their weight. Most bassinets have a weight limit that ranges from 15 to 35
If your baby is standing in the crib, it's likely they aren't sleeping. Babies and toddlers of all ages stand up in the crib and cry sometimes. In this article, you will learn when standing in the crib starts and how to handle it. When Do Babies Start Standing in the Crib? On average, babies start standing in the crib during the 8 month sleep regression. This is when babies become much more mobile, in general. Some babies might learn the skill early around 6 to 7 months old while others
When it comes to night weaning a breastfeeding baby, you might have a lot of questions. Many moms worry that if they night wean, their baby might lose interest during the day, too. Also, some moms experience a drop in their milk supply when they night wean their baby. This sponsored post will share 5 steps to night weaning a breastfed baby and maintaining your milk supply. What is Night Weaning? In my experience of over 10 years, night weaning can mean different things to different people.
There are many amazing baby sleep products. If you've landed here, I assume your baby has been sleeping in the SNOO and hopefully, you have found the SNOO worth it. But, all good things come to an end. This post will review how to wean and transition from the SNOO to the crib. When to Transition From SNOO to Crib The SNOO is designed to be used until your baby is up to 5 to 6 months old. But, that means you need to start weaning from the SNOO before your baby's fifth or sixth month
The PhysioForma™ pacifier by Chicco is supposed to be a new and improved type of pacifier, but aren't all pacifiers basically the same? My team of sleep consultants and I were sent samples of the PhysioForma Pacifier to see what we thought from a sleep perspective. Could this new type of pacifier actually help your baby sleep? Aren't pacifiers sleep associations that need to be broken? Not necessarily. Let's take a look at what I found in my research about the PhysioForma
We love our little angels. As much as possible, we want to spoil them. But of course, our babies can exhibit insatiable stubbornness. They will demand a lot of things. Food, attention, care--you name it. Furthermore, babies tend to develop a strong affinity toward pattern. For instance, young ones who are used to nursing before sleeping time will never be able to sleep without them being fed. This predicament is quite an issue because it cuts off the resting time of the mother.
With a new baby, sleeping through the night can feel like such an elusive goal. When can your baby sleep through the night? When will your baby sleep through the night? And, how can you work towards sleeping through the night in a gentle, healthy way that works for your child? Well, The Baby Sleep Site ® is an entire website focusing on answering those questions (and more). We have a free blog with over 200 articles, a DIY library with our VIP Members Area, e-books, and, most