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Have you ever wondered whether a child's sleep and weight might be related? Time Magazine reported that a Harvard study (https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/obesity-prevention-source/obesity-causes/sleep-and-obesity/) concluded that too little sleep in babies and toddlers might be linked to obesity. And, they said TV viewing heightened the effect. No surprise there. At first I was skeptical about this study of the link between sleep and obesity. After all, we are also living in a fast food era,
Is it a bad idea to rock your baby? It depends. It is never a bad idea to cuddle your baby and give him/her lots of love and affection! It's only when rocking your baby becomes something you can't keep up with that it is a problem. Let's take a step back and let me explain what a sleep association is. What is your sleep association? How do you fall asleep? What kind of routine do you do before you go to sleep each night? Do you watch TV? Talk to your partner? Do you read a book? Do you sleep
We, at The Baby Sleep Site®, are all mothers who’ve been where you are – doing all we can to get our children the rest we know deep down they need. We are extremely passionate about delivering comprehensive and supportive tips, advice and encouragement to help your family sleep better. We have undertaken extensive research and training to be in the position to provide you with expert sleep support. While this is most certainly fact, our advice and opinions are freely available to the
In today's article, The Baby Sleep Site® founder and expert sleep coach Nicole Johnson answer this common question: Is there a difference between sleep training and cry it out? ~~~ I thought I should first talk about my philosophy on helping your child learn healthy sleep habits. Sleep Training I don't define "sleep training " as cry-it-out (CIO). You don't have to let your child cry to teach healthy sleep habits. Some people seem to think they are synonymous and I disagree.
My name is Nicole Johnson and I am a married mother of two wonderful boys, as well as the Lead Sleep Consultant and owner of The Baby Sleep Site® founded in 2008. When my eldest son was a baby, he had a lot of sleep problems. Sleep like a baby? Yeah, right! You had better hope you never sleep like my baby did. He would wake up every one or two hours, all night long. I had to do so much to get him through the night. By thoroughly researching the key literature and scientific reports, I