Posts tagged sleep training
Can't Get Two Year Old to Nap? Toddler Sleep Regression and Solutions

Toddler sleep regressions are so common, that nearly every household will experience some type of pushback when it comes to naps, bedtime, or night time. In today’s post, we are talking all about Toddler Sleep regressions and solutions, and the parents that make it all possible.

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WHEN to Expect Your Baby To: Sleep Through the Night, Drop the Swaddle, Night Wean and More!

“When can my baby sleep through the night?   When can I stop swaddling? and “ When can I drop the dream feed?” are some of the first questions as a Mom that I found asking myself (and Googling for hours).  With so much conflicting information and advice from my friends and the Internet, I decided to really dedicate myself to learning as much about infant sleep as possible. Knowing what to expect and about WHEN to expect it made me feel just a little less crazy in the Motherhood department! 

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Night terrors vs Nightmares in Toddlers

One of the biggest differences between nightmares and night terrors is the awareness on the part of the child. With nightmareschildren can often recall the experience in vivid detail. With night terrors, they usually have no recollection of the event at all the next morning. Read more!

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Getting your Overtired Baby Sleeping 8 hours by 8 weeks

8 Hours by 8 Weeks didn’t come easily or without consistency. The first was implementing a consistent Eat-Play-Sleep schedule. The second was encouraging one nap per day in the crib. The third was keeping my baby up for full feedings, and not allowing him to exceed his napping minimums. Read more!

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Naps B R E A K D O W N: How Many Naps Should my Baby Take (and When to Drop a Nap!)

How many naps does my baby and/or toddler need?  How long should they be? (Bookmark or PIN this page, trust me you’re going to want to come back!)  Let’s make your life just a little easier- grab a glass of Pinot or a cup of tea and digest this nap breakdown from birth to 3 years old.

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