Early morning awakenings are really challenging for tired parents of small children. Here are some strategies for dealing with them.
Are you tired? Not sure how to help your kid sleep through the night? Here is my comprehensive guide to sleep training tools and methods to help tired parents and kids sleep better. These sleep training methods will work for infants, toddlers, and through school age. Free Bonus: I created a guide comparing my favorite sleep […]
This is a response to this article, “Our Sleep Training Nightmare,” published in the New York Times 10/7/16, by Lisa Selin Davis. Thanks to Justin Smith AKA the Doc Smitty for bringing this to my attention. Dear Lisa, Thanks so much for sharing this article, painful as it must have been. I routinely care for […]
I’ve been thinking a lot about habits related to sleep issues in children, after having finished The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg (affiliate link). The dictionary defines habits as “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up: this can develop into a bad habit | we stayed together […]
One of my most important jobs is giving families permission to sleep train their children because parents often feel very guilty and selfish about this. The fact is, sleep training your child is not selfish, and sleep training doesn’t hurt your child. Why sleep training isn’t selfish Several years ago, I got a taste of […]