Category Archives for "Holidays"
It’s time to enjoy spring. Just as soon as we get past the dreaded daylight savings time! Nobody likes losing an entire hour of sleep. Losing an hour of sleep is hard on everyone, especially a growing child. I love making sleep easy, natural, and enjoyable, which is my goal when it comes to daylight […]Continue reading
We all know that summer days are long and hot, and nights are short (sometimes too short). Energy seems to be in high supply this time of year and so does motivation for life. But, this can mean fussy children (and adults)! It seems obvious that we’re using more energy in the summer. Yet it’s […]Continue reading
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
The funny thing about the 4th of July is that it causes a whole lot of sleep deprivation; staying up past dark hours to watch fireworks and sounds of fireworks up into the odd hours of the night will throw anyone’s sleep off! If you are one of the millions of Americans who woke up […]Continue reading
Our family recently took a trip to Orlando for Sea World and Disney World. My kiddos napped in the airport (during a layover), in a cabana at a water park, in a hotel lobby at Disney World, and on the plane on the way home. In the following 5 tips, I’m gonna share how we […]Continue reading