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When to Stop Swaddling and Introduce a Sleep Bag or Sack

When to Stop Swaddling and Introduce a Sleep Bag or Sack

It's happening. Your little one is growing up right in front of your eyes. Wasn't it just yesterday the nurse handed you your perfectly wrapped bundled of joy? Now your little burrito baby is showing off some impressive arm stretches...

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Separation Anxiety in Infants and Toddlers:  What is It and What Can I Do About It?

Separation Anxiety in Infants and Toddlers: What is It and What Can I Do About It?

Most all babies, at some point, will go through a type of separation anxiety. Different development stages can trigger anxiety cues in children, making them upset and frightened at the idea of being separated from a parent. When you think...

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How Certain Foods Can Affect Your Child’s Sleep

How Certain Foods Can Affect Your Child’s Sleep

The infant and toddler years are as active for parents as they are for children. Every day our little ones are learning more, growing more, and questioning more. During these years, a proper sleep routine is crucial. Many children, however,...

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Keeping Your Baby Cool During Hot Summer Nights

Keeping Your Baby Cool During Hot Summer Nights

Summer can be a challenging season for keeping your baby safe and comfortable while sleeping. To make sure your little one stays cool and content during the warm summer nights, check out some of our expert tips.  Be Mindful of...

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Baby Sleep Regression: What is It and How to Fix It.

Baby Sleep Regression: What is It and How to Fix It.

Does this sound familiar? For months, your sleeping angel has been a literal dream. She sleeps soundly through the night and you are proud to report to friends and family that she is an excellent napper. Now, all of sudden,...

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Screen Time and Bedtime: How Limiting Electronics Can Improve your Child’s Sleep.

Screen Time and Bedtime: How Limiting Electronics Can Improve your Child’s Sleep.

Sleep is a critical part of a child's wellbeing. It is essential for learning, memory, and the development of behaviors and emotions. Yet, the total amount of sleep that children are receiving is continuing to decrease. Although there are many factors,...

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