sleep training

The goal of sleep training is to teach children the skills required to successfully self-sooth; and helping them learn these
the baby develops security that his caregivers will always come when he needs them. a baby's cry stimulates a hormone called
As a mother of a 9-month-old, I have become happily accustomed to sleepless nights. My son consistently falls asleep around 7:00 pm and awakes around 6:30 am, but he requires nighttime parenting to fall asleep and to stay asleep.
Does this situation sound at all familiar to you?  It’s 3 a.m., my baby has been asleep since 8, and I haven’t gotten a wink
I'm a strong believer in evidence-based medicine, and we know we can take steps to keep our babies safe during their sleep.
Emotional exhaustion can take on many forms such as crying, pleading, bribery, leaving the house with mismatching shoes and
How heartbreaking is listening to your baby cry in the car?
Being a new mom, I knew that exhaustion was part of the parenting package. But when I was often too exhausted to keep up with second workouts that once came so naturally, I knew I needed a change. Cue training for sleep!
I remember like yesterday when I found out I was pregnant I ran to the library and Google to read every piece of literature I could about having a baby and none of it proved to work.
There's no reason to accept sleep deprivation as your new normal.
Since we want lots of natural light while baby's awake, we obviously want it to be good and dark when they're sleeping. Again
Controlled crying and gentler methods were safe and effective.
The second misconception is that sleep training is all about the "cry-it-out". It is not the crying (the quality nor the
Sleep deprivation is a global problem, in both adults and in children. As my sleep deprivation accumulated, so did his. At
Maybe I was experiencing some crazy postpartum psychosis, because when my daughter turned three months I decided to take my coaching business online. I literally worked with my baby in one arm and my laptop in the other. A decision and journey I'm so thankful I started on.
There comes a time in every parent's life when your child gets sick for the first time. One day, he's a shiny little angel, and the next minute, he's got snot running down his nose, and he starts to sound and look like Abe Vigoda.
The thing nobody tells you about failing at sleep training is that it is the best thing you can ever do in your life.
A happy baby is a baby who knows there are rules. This is one of the great ironies of becoming a parent and it takes a while to figure out: Although babies bring chaos into your life, they don't actually like chaos. Even though they make a huge mess, they actually prefer a nice tidy world, one in which they can depend on simple routines and reliable outcomes.
Since long before Lev arrived, one of my gravest concerns was the issue of sleep. I was worried that I would not be able to maintain the construct of my personality -- which let's be honest, is a fairly high-energy consumption device -- unless I were still able to sleep on the reg.