Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep Better

Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep Better

Ask any new parent and the one thing they are all desperate for is sleep. Sleep deprivation is incredibly common during the first 6 to 24 months of your baby’s life, with most parents losing around two hours of sleep each night until the time their baby reaches five...
Back to School Sleep Tips

Back to School Sleep Tips

A long summer of waking up late, sleeping in, and enjoying leisurely mornings is quickly coming to an end. The beginning of school is just around the corner for many of you. Early mornings are inevitable, as are earlier bedtimes. To ensure their children’s...
School and Sleep

School and Sleep

Whether children are adults or school-age, sleeping well is essential. Poor sleep results in injuries, obesity, poor mental health, and difficulties with behavior and attention in children. A child in the school-age range needs around 10-11 hours of sleep each night. ...
Wind Down Routine

Wind Down Routine

Children have a lot of energy – and they require a lot of energy too. However, even though it seems like your child spends all day running around and expending so much energy, they still don’t always fall asleep as you’d expect. In fact, there are some days when...
Sleep Expectations

Sleep Expectations

While every parent hopes and wishes that their children sleep solidly and throughout the night, the truth is that sometimes it seems that kids just don’t want to rest. In fact, there are some nights when children, especially newborns, have more energy when the sun...
Why Doesn’t My Child Sleep At Night?

Why Doesn’t My Child Sleep At Night?

That is certainly the cry of every parent who is up at 2 AM due to a crying baby. You’ve tried bottles, diaper changes, toys, songs, bedtime stories, and enough walking around that is starting to make your legs fall asleep!  Sadly, the sleeping schedule that we want...