While there is no hard and fast formula for getting your twins to catch some shuteye, there are a few key components to staying the course to the Land of Nod. To set your littles up for sleep success, you’ll want to create a cozy atmosphere that invites them to get some rest. Lighting and sound are probably the first things that come to mind when one thinks about sleep. But there’s another factor you may not have considered that can make a big difference and that is what they are wearing.
Happy New Year's Eve, readers! Whether you have fun plans for a night on the town tonight, or whether you will be ringing in 2014 from the comfort of your couch, know that all of us here at The Baby Sleep Site wish you and yours the happiest possible New Year! :) In the spirit of counting down, we thought it would be fun to do a countdown of our own. That's why, today, we are presenting you with the top 13 Baby Sleep Site blog articles of 2013. So, without further delay -- here are the
We've always recommended swaddling as a good (and safe) way to help soothe fussy newborns and to promote better baby naps and longer nighttime sleep. But, do we need to rethink our position on swaddling babies? At this point, many daycares are banning swaddling and the American Academy of Pediatrics has labeled swaddling an "unsafe" practice in childcare settings. In fact, since December 2012 it is now illegal for child care centers in Minnesota to swaddle at all! Why Are Daycares