Baby/Infant Sleep Training- Tips, tricks, and methods to help your baby get more sleep and sleep through the night.

How to Successfully Sleep Train Baby with Older Siblings

As my team and I worked tirelessly to develop the Baby Sleep Trainer video training series one thought that came up through the feedback channels was that sleep training really is a lifestyle change. Much like exercise or diet, if you want your child to have healthy sleep habits throughout their childhood, then you must [...]

By | April 24th, 2017|Categories: Siblings, Sleep Disruptions, Sleep Training|0 Comments

How to Deal with the Stigma & Judgment of Sleep Training

As a sleep consultant I spend a tremendous amount of time disabusing people of their previous beliefs regarding sleep training. As any parent who has spent anytime in a parenting Facebook group, or googling anything about children and sleep, knows there’s A LOT of information out there. Most of it conflicts with each other and everyone [...]

By | April 17th, 2017|Categories: Crying, Guilt, Science of Sleep, Sleep Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

7 Most Common Baby Sleep Training Mistakes and How to Prevent Them

  1) Not understanding what sleep training is Sleep training is not about bedtime routines and lavender massages. However, it is about your kiddo learning how to go from being awake to being asleep all on their own. Meaning, being able to fall asleep without the help of a caregiver, a car, [...]

By | April 14th, 2016|Categories: Getting Baby to Sleep Longer, Nap Training, Sleep Training, Videos|Tags: |0 Comments

4 Tips to Help Establish Good Sleeping Habits with Your Newborn Baby

Establish an eat, wake, sleep cycle early.   Remember that things with newborns take time. Just because it’s impossible to keep your 2-week-old awake while she nurses, does not mean it will be impossible to keep her awake during a feed in 2-3 weeks. Initially, it’s helpful to at least try to [...]

By | March 30th, 2016|Categories: Getting Baby to Sleep Longer, Newborn, Sleep Training, Videos|10 Comments

6 Common Sleep Training Myths Debunked!

Have you ever stopped to think about what the definition of sleep training really is? Unfortunately, several incorrect sleep training stereotypes exist - from shutting the door on a newborn 8-week-old baby for 12 hours, to eliminating all night time feedings, to surrendering your family values to a sleep trainer who stays [...]

By | December 14th, 2015|Categories: Sleep Training|0 Comments

How Your Child’s Temperament Influences the Sleep Training Process

I can speak directly to the role a person’s genes play in their personality. Throughout my life, particularly after I had children and embarked on the sleep training process, I have dealt with varying levels of anxiety. As a more newly married couple my husband would simply tell me to, “Stop worrying about things,” which [...]

By | March 12th, 2015|Categories: Sleep Training|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

How to Spring Forward Gracefully

You like that play on words? See what I did there?!? Nothing stirs up anxiety in new parents, especially those who have painstakingly sleep trained their babies, more than impending time changes. But, fear not fellow parents - the Spring time change is by far and away the easier of the two time changes for [...]

How to Pair Siblings When Sharing Rooms

Many times parents will find themselves trying to decide which two children to pair together. For our purposes let’s say we have three children aged 5 months (a girl still taking a night feeding but not usually waking otherwise), a 3 year old girl, and a 7 year old boy. Let’s also say Mom and [...]

By | February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Siblings, Sleep Training|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments