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tired moms

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 Case Medical Center in Cleveland along with Estee Lauder, have conducted a…

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selfish to sleep coach

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 being that is growing inside…

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postpartum depression or anxiety

Postpartum Depression or Anxiety or Baby Blues? Learn the Differences

Postpartum Depression or Anxiety or Baby Blues? Learn the Differences Women are most vulnerable to depression or anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum (the first year after a baby comes). If postpartum depression or anxiety is going to surface, it will almost certainly happen during this time. There are so many feelings and thoughts during pregnancy…

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twin schedules

Twin Schedules: Getting Your Twins on a Feeding and Sleeping Schedule

Twin Schedules: Getting Your Twins on a Feeding and Sleeping Schedule Mothers of twins are always asked, “How do you do it all?” The honest truth, as most of these moms would tell you, is having a flexible but predictable feeding and sleeping schedule. Having a schedule is a great idea for parents of singletons,…

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newborn sleep patterns

Newborn Sleep Patterns — How to Nurture Your Baby the First Months

Newborn Sleep Patterns — How to Nurture Your Baby the First Months One of the top questions new parents ask is “How can I encourage good newborn sleep patterns with my baby?” They often wonder what they can do to help their babies take better naps and to sleep through the night. First, you must…

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sleep deprivation

Sleep Deprivation in New Parents: Learn All About Newborn Sleep

Sleep Deprivation in New Parents: Learn All About Newborn Sleep When you prepare for your baby, you make sure everything is in order, right down to your baby’s sleeping arrangements. You make sure that you have washed her clothes, set up the changing table, and you pack your hospital bag. You make sure that all…

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parent sleep

Parent Sleep — My Baby Sleeps, Why Can’t I? Sleep Tips for Parents

Parent Sleep — My Baby Sleeps, Why Can’t I? Sleep Tips for Parents After experiencing the usual sleep disruptions that come with having babies and children, some parents find their internal clocks waking them up every few hours, even after the baby sleeps soundly and has learned to stay asleep. Some parents awake with jolts…

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sleeping well

Sleeping Well Every Night for the Whole Family! Sleep Tips for Everyone

Sleeping Well Every Night for the Whole Family! Sleep Tips for Everyone Did you know that getting your 7-8 hours at night can help you live longer, be thinner, think clearer and look younger? Sleeping well is essential to overall health. Despite these incredible benefits more then half of U.S. adults get less then 7-8…

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reading routines

Reading Routines at Home: Experts Recommend Storytelling Rituals

The world is getting back to a new normal, but some of us are still staying close to home. If you have established some reading routines at home during the last year, you know that it’s helped bring a sense of calm to your home. If you haven’t, there’s no time like the present to…

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mindfulness parenting

Mindfulness Parenting with Jennifer Waldburger, MSW

Mindfulness Parenting with Jennifer Waldburger, MSW Whether you gave birth months ago or years ago — you are probably far more alert now than you were before you became a parent.  Even if you feel like you have “mommy brain.” That’s because you’re taking care of one or more children. Kids are small people with…

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