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Category: Sleep Training and Coaching

bedtime stories

Bedtime Stories: Favorite Books to Benefit Your Growing Child

Bedtime stories are a part of almost every family nighttime routine. Reading is a screen-free, quiet activity that allows babies and children to calm down before it’s time to go to sleep. Reading stories to young children has benefits beyond a bedtime routine, though. The American Academy of Pediatrics studied the brain function of children,…

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daylight saving time

Daylight Saving Time Tips — 9 Hints for Springing Forward

Daylight Saving Time Tips — 9 Hints for Springing Forward It seems like the winter holidays just ended, and it’s already on the horizon — Daylight Saving Time! In the US, we spring forward on Sunday, March 14, and it’s Sunday, March 28 in Europe. The week afterwards is usually one where everyone feels a…

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soothing bedtime routine

Creating a Soothing Bedtime Routine – 7 Tips to Meet the Challenge

Creating a Soothing Bedtime Routine – 7 Tips to Meet the Challenge For toddlers and preschoolers, a soothing 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…

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hold hands to sleep

My 15 Month Wants Me to Hold Hands to Sleep — What Should I Do?

My 15 Month Wants Me to Hold Hands to Sleep — What Should I Do? A reader wrote into ask a question about her daughter, who wants her to hold hands to sleep every night. She writes: “Shortly after birth, my daughter Lacy began holding my hand during nursing and when going to sleep. Foolishly,…

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