In Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child (affiliate link), Weissbluth states that if your baby is not sleeping well, you need to evaluate physical activity.Work to get enough physical activity into your child’s day so he will be tired at nap time and bedtime.How to Tell if you Have a High Sleep Needs or a Low Sleep Needs Baby Believe it or not but babies are not all the same. In all seriousness, this post from Emily on addressing levels of sleep needs is incredibly helpful as a parent. I am a former registered nurse, turned stay-at-home mom, turned work-at-home mom!
They very rarely fall asleep straight away, and I personally have no issue with that.
Kim has written this post to address why its totally okay and actually something you might want!
Caitlin has written a brilliant post that gives practical and helpful tips to get you started.
This is a perfect post for the new or expecting mom!
If you like sleeping on your side, then it’s best to take the fetal position.
Draw your legs up slightly toward your chest, keeping your back naturally arched. This can help you take the load off your lower back.
I have on common set of questions for these parents. You might need waketime length adjusted or it might be time for a nap to be dropped. You will find sleep negatively impacted during the coldest of months when you hunker down inside to hide from the bitter cold outdoors.
By the time you have an older baby, toddler, or preschooler, you are quiet accustomed to considering all of these factors. Sleep problems will pop up after a few rainy days when you have been stuck indoors.
Almost every Monday, I do a live video on Facebook answering questions from readers.
Almost every single week, I get questions about troubles with sleep, usually naps, for older babies, young toddlers, and preschoolers. If your child was sleeping well and suddenly stops sleeping well, there can be a variety of reasons. It could be a common sleep disruption all children face.