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Daylight Saving Tips— Two Ways to Fall Back

Daylight Saving Tips— Two Ways to Fall Back Daylight Saving Time will end on Sunday, November 7th, 2021 in the U.S. I remember when “falling back” just meant an extra hour of sleep! When you become a parent it can mean schedules that are thrown off, your ...
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Daylight Saving Time: Tips for Falling Back Gracefully

Daylight Saving Time: Tips for Falling Back Gracefully Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 7th, 2021 at 2:00 a.m. Most of us will be rolling our clocks back an hour, which can cause sleep problems, and in many cases, early rising. This is common due t...
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Sleep Coaching Isn’t Working? What to Do

When Sleep Coaching Isn’t Working — What to Do When sleep coaching isn’t working, do you know why? It’s hard work to get your baby to sleep better. You probably read, researched, and made a plan to make bedtime smoother and to get more hours of unin...
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Tired Moms—5 Tips to Get Your Beauty Sleep Tonight!

Tired Moms—5 Tips to Get Your Beauty Sleep Tonight! Hey tired moms! It’s okay to talk about something other than our babies. While it’s no surprise that a lack of sleep can have serious consequences for your health, the researchers at University Hospitals...
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Is It Selfish to Sleep Coach? A Baby Sleep Expert Responds

Is It Selfish to Sleep Coach? A Baby Sleep Expert Responds When we find out that we are pregnant we are overjoyed and elated by the idea of bringing a new life into the world. From that moment forward we do everything in our power to protect the little human be...
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Sleep Coaching as a Working Mom — Is It Possible?

Sleep Coaching as a Working Mom — Is It Possible? If you are a working mom you probably already feel like you’re climbing Mt. Everest every day. Your mind is full, your schedule is maxed, and your body is tired. If you’re wondering whether sle...
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room sharing for the first year

Room Sharing for the First Year: Is it Right for You?

Room Sharing for the First Year: Is it Right for You? The current American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends to “room share for the first 6-months, or ideally, the first year.” Not the most straight forward instruction, right? I want to give you clarity. I...
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