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Resources to Answer Your Sleep Training Questions

Facing some serious sleep deprivation? We are here to help with our top gentle sleep tips. Kim West LCSW-C, the creator of The Sleep Lady Shuffle℠ and mom of two, has 25 years of experience in sleep training. She has seen everything and there’s no sleep problem too hard for her to solve.

Our gentle sleep tips blog was created by Kim for parents with children as old as 6 years old, right down to newborns. From sleep training questions to weaning, daily schedules, co-sleeping, naps and so much more, we are sure there’s an answer to your sleep questions below!

Gentle Sleep Tips Blog and Resources

For more than 25 years, we have been on a mission to provide
proven, achievable, gentle sleep tips and solutions for parents and families everywhere.

baby sleep schedules

6 Month Sleep Schedules – Your Six to Nine-Month-Old

6 Month Sleep Schedules – Your Six to Nine-Month-Old At around 6 months, babies need an average of eleven hours of uninterrupted nighttime sleep, and three and a half hours of daytime naps spread over two to three naps*. From six through eight months, babies become more mobile. They roll over, sit up, maybe even…

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bedtime routine for toddlers

Bedtime Routine for Toddlers — Soothing and Predictable

Bedtime Routine for Toddlers — Soothing and Predictable For toddlers and preschoolers, the bedtime routine can often be the most challenging part of the day. It means another transition and separation from you, at the same time that everyone in the household is a bit tired and sometimes frazzled from a long day, especially when…

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getting your toddler to stay in bed

Getting Your Toddler to Stay in Bed at Bedtime and All Night Long

Getting Your Toddler to Stay in Bed at Bedtime and All Night Long As toddlers grow, their bodies and minds need to adjust to the shift of weaning themselves off of naps and appreciating the benefits of a longer night’s sleep. Between the ages of two and three, average toddler sleep needs drop to about…

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starting sleep training

Starting Sleep Training? 10 Steps to Take BEFORE You Start

Starting Sleep Training? 10 Steps to Take BEFORE You Start When your baby reaches the 6-month mark, the first thing on your mind is starting sleep training. To make things go as smoothly as possible, there are some boxes to check before you start. This comprehensive list includes the information you need: Make sure you…

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newborn wake at night

Why Newborns Wake at Night and 10 Things You Can Do About It

Why Newborns Wake at Night and 10 Things You Can Do About It Some newborn babies seem to be born as night owls, with longer stretches of sleep during the day and wanting to be entertained at night. Newborns are not born with fully developed circadian rhythms, which is why newborns wake up so often.…

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baby wakes up

My Baby Wakes Up 30 Minutes After Falling Asleep at Bedtime

My Baby Wakes Up 30 Minutes After Falling Asleep at Bedtime “My 8-month old is sleeping beautifully thanks to your program except that every night after she goes to bed, my baby wakes up after about a half an hour and cries for at least 20 minutes. She goes to bed at 7:30 p.m., but…

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baby merlins magic sleep suit

Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit ® — The A-B-C’s of Sleep

Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit ® — The A-B-C’s of Sleep The Baby Merlin’s Magic Sleepsuit ® was designed by Pediatric Physical Therapist and mother of four, Maureen Howard. It was created with the ABC’s of Sleep in mind: Alone, on the Back, in the Crib. The Magic Sleepsuit is patented swaddle transition product that provides…

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