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Fall Back: Daylight Saving Sleep Transition Tips for your Child

Fall Back: Daylight Saving Sleep Transition Tips for your Child Mark your calendars: On Sunday, November 7th, 2021 at 2:00 a.m. most of us need to set our clocks back one hour. In Europe the clocks fall back on October 31, 2021 at 2:00 a.m. Summer always seems to fly by. In fact, it hasn’t…

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Sleep Routine Busters: Daylight Saving Time and The Holidays

Sleep Routine Busters: Daylight Saving Time and The Holidays The holiday season is coming up, and I have been receiving lots of requests from readers for a refresher about “routine busters.” In the world of sleep, it would be wonderful if everything went according to plan all of the time. But you and I both…

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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 kids waking super early, and everyone feeling grumpy…

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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 to the simple fact that once we fall back,…

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My Children Won’t Sleep — Tips for When Nobody is Sleeping

My Children Won’t Sleep — Tips for When Nobody is Sleeping There’s an expectation that when you bring home a new baby, you’ll be tired. When it’s a first baby, it’s hard, but manageable. Add a new baby to the mix, and suddenly multiple children won’t sleep. What can you do? Many tired parents call…

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Sleep Training Twins — Tips Just for Coaching Two at Once

Sleep Training Twins — Tips Just for Coaching Two at Once Being a parent of twins is a job requiring full-on commitment with many challenges.  It is a role both fabulous and flabbergasting, with days filled with so many moments of wonder and excitement…but also exhaustion.  Perhaps you have figured out a feeding and sleeping…

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Sleep Training Siblings — Navigating Sleep Two at a Time

Sleep Training Siblings — Navigating Sleep Two at a Time There’s an old saying every parent hears when they’re expecting a second baby: “One is like none, two is like ten.” Sleep training two kids at the same time sure can feel like ten! If you’re sleep training siblings, you certainly have a bigger job…

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Sleep Regression After a New Sibling Arrives? Getting Back on Schedule

Sleep Regression After a New Sibling Arrives? Getting Back on Schedule Once children learn to sleep well, they can take change in stride. They can become, as one mom called her toddler, an “Olympic sleeper.” Some kids do get thrown off by common childhood illnesses, travel and the like.  You can get them back on…

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Preschooler Bedtime Battles: 11 Tips for Peaceful Evenings

Preschooler Bedtime Battles: 11 Tips for Peaceful Evenings With newfound independence, little kids can be a handful to calm at night. All of that energy can either snowball into preschooler bedtime battles, or be deftly managed to become a peaceful path toward slumber. No one wants to deal with conflict if they don’t have to….

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