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Read Your Baby’s Sleepy Signals

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of No Cry Sleep Solution A good way to encourage good sleep is to get familiar with your baby’s sleepy signals, and put her down to sleep as soon as she seems tired. A baby cannot put herself to sleep, nor can she understand her own sleepy signs. A baby who […]

Regular Naps Improve Nighttime Sleep

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of No Cry Sleep Solution According to sleep research, and motherly experience, the length and the quality of naps affect nighttime sleep. (And, conversely, nighttime sleep affects naps.) Babies differ in their napping needs – but here’s a general guide that applies to most babies: Age Number of Naps Naptime Hours […]

Baby’s First Birthday Party – Ideas, Tips & Advice

Your baby’s first birthday is a highly anticipated and celebrated time in most families as it denotes a full year since the birth of the baby. This year included many changes and milestones as well as lots of hugs, smiles, boo boos and tears. There may not be another birthday for a while that is […]

Tips For New Moms

Moms from around the world offering their best advice to new moms. What’s your golden nugget to share?

Parenting on a Schedule

There is a lot of controversy on whether it is better to parent your baby by a set schedule or by demand. Sometimes your baby will make this decision easy for you as he sets up a schedule for himself. Other times he will want nothing to do with the idea. What It Is? When […]

Managing Your Energy After Childbirth

By Sylvia Brown, Author of The Post-Pregnancy Handbook Unfortunately, fatigue is part of the postnatal period. Although sleep deprivation is almost inevitable, utter exhaustion is avoidable. Here are a few tips and recommendations on how to manage your energy levels in the weeks and months after childbirth. While some mothers feel “back on their feet” […]

Solving Naptime Problems

by: Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution Naps are important for your child’s health and growth. A nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy for the rest of the day. Studies show that children who nap are more adaptable, have longer attention spans, and are less fussy than those […]

Strategies and Tips for Getting Your Baby to Sleep at Night

It can be so hard to get your baby to fall asleep, even when you know he is tired. He may fight sleep and having to rest by kicking, screaming, crying or just fussing. Needless to say, while he is fighting it, you will probably be going nuts yourself. Babies are stubborn and when they […]

Napping Your Baby

Not only can it be difficult to get your baby on a night time sleep schedule, but many people worry about the daytime sleep schedule as well. Some babies love to nap and go down easily without many problems for mom and dad. Other babies and toddlers fight naptime making it a very stressful and […]

Co-Sleeping With Your Baby

Co-sleeping is a topic with a lot of controversy surrounding it in much of today’s society. Some people do not think it is safe for the baby, or fear that it can cause SIDS. Breastfeeding mothers often choose to co-sleep with their newborn because they feel that they get more sleep in those first few […]

Crying It Out

Crying it out, also referred to by many as CIO, is the process of letting your baby cry himself to sleep. This is done as a way to sleep train a baby so that he can get more rest and sooth himself to sleep. It is not always popular however as some people believe there […]

A Possible Cause of SIDS Discovered

“Can it be true?” many people wonder and many parents are asking. SIDS takes the life of approximately one baby born in every two thousand births every year and is one of the most mysterious childhood diseases that can affect infants. While the instances of SIDS is down since the “Back to Sleep” campaign began […]

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