The 8 month sleep regression, 9 month sleep regression, and 10 month sleep regression is a tough sleep regression, parents. I'm just going to come right out and say it. You're already feeling weary and worn out from the 4 month sleep regression, which is a doozy itself (and which creates permanent changes in your baby's sleeping habits), you've endured the 6 month growth spurt, and you may even have embarked on sleep training, since the period between the 4 month regression and the 8-10
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Nap time is, without a doubt, a tired parent's favorite time of day. Baby goes down for a much-need snooze, leaving mom and dad time to have some much-needed "me time". But of course, in order for your baby's nap time to be a favorite time of day, your baby has to actually, you know, TAKE A NAP. And therein lies the problem, for many parents! So many of you have written in to us over the years, letting us know that your baby won't nap, and you are at a loss as to why. Baby is tired?
If you're a parent in today's day and age, you've no doubt heard about The Wonder Weeks, written by a husband-and-wife team, outlining the 10 "wonder weeks" (which often cause sleep regressions), that all babies go through in the first 20 months of life. The book outlines when and why each "wonder week" happens; it also offers parents insights into how to help their babies navigate each wonder week, and turn it into a leap forward for baby. Here is how the wonder weeks impact
A great client of mine sent me this idea for an article about how to know whether your baby is going through a sleep regression or a phase. This is the same client who is a strong advocate of Attachment Parenting who contacted me over a year ago about her then 10 month old. She is now expecting a new baby, which is very exciting! This article will consider whether your baby is going through a sleep regression, a phase, or whether your baby or toddler simply has a bad habit. One primary