Are Sleep Regressions Real?

Often in parenting circles things are discussed in such a way that everyone assumes something is real. I’ve found this to be the case with sleep regressions. Not to toot my own horn, but my client count is now pushing 5,000 families. After working with so many babies I started to wonder, are baby sleep [...]

By |2019-06-05T14:32:11-07:00April 8th, 2019|Categories: Troubleshooting|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments

Potty Trainer Sleep Trains

I have a guest blogger! Diana (below) sleep trained her daughter using The Baby Sleep Trainer Program + Support, and she in turn, helped my associate, Rachel, potty train her 3 year old boy. Read on for her experience, and also check out Rachel's experience with Diana's PooLogix program too! <3 -- I would like [...]

By |2019-06-14T15:00:51-07:00November 2nd, 2018|Categories: Opinion|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Sleep Training Methods: Which is Best for Your Baby or Toddler?

Many parents wonder, which is the best sleep training method to use on my baby? I think it’s normal that families, mothers in particular, spend a lot of time researching different baby sleep training methods, since we live in a time where we have such a huge amount of information available to us 24/7. Sometimes [...]

The Four Month Sleep Regression

Ahhhhh, the four month sleep regression. Rare is the family that doesn’t experience some sort of disruption to their infant’s sleep patterns around the fourth month of life. Some experienced/well-read parents anxiously dread the impending “regression,” while most new moms and dads are completely blindsided by their little one’s sleep suddenly taking a nosedive around [...]

By |2019-06-10T10:01:58-07:00December 29th, 2017|Categories: Newborn, Troubleshooting|Tags: , |0 Comments

How to Help Your Sick Baby Sleep Best and When to Resume Sleep Training

Last Updated . As if it doesn’t take so much time and courage to finally get a sleep training plan going, it seems illness threatens to put a wrench in your plans and progress! Since it can take so much motivation to start sleep training in the first place, illness often stops the [...]

How to Pair Siblings When Sharing Rooms

  Many times parents will find themselves trying to decide which two children to pair together when sharing rooms. There are a few factors to consider which may not be obvious at first.  For our purposes, let’s say we have three children: one aged 5-months-old (a girl still taking a night feeding but not usually [...]

How to Protect Sleep During “Milestones” (Standing, Sitting, Walking)

Another week, another post!! I have to admit, I was surprised to see this as having received the most votes this week. Can’t quite put my finger on why I’m surprised, just that I am. First I should elaborate on what a milestone consists of. There are two different types of milestones: physical (like those [...]

How to Deal With Sleep Regressions

Last Updated . Wowza, is this a loaded topic or what?! There are all sorts of sleep regressions. While some regressions occur due to circumstances like travel or illness (which we’ll discuss below) many occur for seemingly no reason at all. Many researchers have noted that there are certain periods of cognitive and/or physical [...]

By |2019-05-22T17:19:35-07:00July 28th, 2014|Categories: Troubleshooting|Tags: , , , |15 Comments

Early Morning Waking

Last Updated . Early morning waking is possibly the most common (and frustrating!) occurrence parents encounter with their kiddos' sleep - whether they are sleep trained or not. This issue is so prevalent that I probably get asked about it over 5x a week. It is VERY normal, and with some time, effort, and [...]