Happy Mother’s Day — The Best Posts Featuring Mom

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  • May 09, 2018
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mothers dayHappy Mother’s Day! Moms have a hard job, so we decided to make it a little easier with the best posts to help moms sleep, be well, and be the best mom they can be.

Gentle Sleep Training with The Sleep Lady Shuffle

Are you a new mom? Get started with sleep by learning how you can teach your baby to fall asleep and stay there with The Sleep Lady Shuffle.

The Working Mom and Sleep Coaching – Is It Possible?

Staying up all night is hard. Staying up all night and going to work all day? That’s impossible. Learn about getting into a good routine with your baby while trying to stay on top of things at work.

8 Tips To Get Mom More Sleep — Mother’s Day and Every Day

There isn’t a mom on earth who couldn’t use some more sleep. Read valuable tips on how to get your much-needed shuteye.

Baby Blues or Postpartum Depression? Learn the Difference

Many moms suffer from “baby blues”. Sometimes it’s more than that. Learn the difference between baby blues and postpartum depression and anxiety and how to get the help you need.

Mindfulness Parenting with Jennifer Waldburger, MSW

Be the best mom you can be by practicing mindfulness parenting. Read about keeping yourself centered while you stay present and connected to your children.

This mother’s day, give yourself just a minute to breathe, scroll, and bookmark.


Kim West
Kim is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been a practicing child and family therapist for more than 24 years, and the creator of the original gentle, proven method to get a good night’s sleep for you and your child. She is the author of The Sleep Lady's Good Night Sleep Tight, its companion Workbook and 52 Sleep Secrets for Babies. Click here to read more about her.

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