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Let’s tackle the WHY when it comes to leaving an event early for bedtime before we address how to do this. The reason my family and the families that I coach choose to prioritize bedtime over staying for an entire event is because we know the impact a missed bedtime has on our child’s sleep, […]Continue reading
So your baby has a tongue tie. The significance of tongue tie on sleep is two-fold. First, the baby has limited tongue mobility due to tightness in the frenulum, so instead of being able to breastfeed for long sessions, the eat in shorter bursts. Therefore, they are hungry more often. The baby may want to […]Continue reading
Sometimes I need to be reminded how capable kids really are. Facilitating healthy growth in our children can be one of the most challenging, yet most important tasks in parenting. However, facilitating healthy growth isn’t always the most natural and comfortable thing to do. Let me share a story to further explain my statements… Recently […]Continue reading
One of the most common questions I get from families after we’ve completed sleep coaching is “how do we travel without undoing our child’s good sleep habits?” My family will be traveling to Disney World this week, so I thought this would be a good subject to tackle this week. The answer to this question […]Continue reading