Why Sleep Train for Naps and Nighttime at the Same Time

One of the biggest mistakes I always try to keep parents from making when sleep training is separating nap and night training from one another. Some popular sleep training methods even advocate for doing nights first, then days! As you can already tell, I have strong feelings about the correct way to approach this. Read on [...]

Sticking to a Check-In Time

While it seems there are a vast array of varying sleep training methods to pick from, many of them are almost identical when you read closely in between the lines. Nearly every popular sleep training method involves putting your child down awake, visiting with them in some form or fashion while they protest falling asleep, [...]

How Does Baby Sleep Training Work?

Nowadays the first place almost everyone goes when they have a question is to a search engine. From there, we’re all familiar with the rabbit hole of information and links we encounter. When considering how does baby sleep training work, families might first find related articles on why it’s important to sleep train, or even [...]

By |2019-01-20T19:22:43-07:00January 28th, 2019|Categories: Science of Sleep, Sleep Training|Tags: , , |0 Comments