A good general rule about outsourcing sleep training is: when you want it done correctly and done quickly, but don’t want to deal with the second-guessing and stress – that’s the perfect time to outsource sleep training.Read More
What attachment-based sleep training looks like and how to put it into practice
In this post, I’ll cover attachment-based sleep training approaches. However, first, we need to go over the difference between healthy and unhealthy attachment. How can you get better discerning your child’s wants vs. their needs?
Attachment and sleep training for toddlers and what that looks like
Toddlers are a whole different ball game when it comes to sleep training. They aren’t a little baby that is willing to follow a schedule anymore; they’re starting to be more independent and, more importantly, they’re starting to push boundaries. They’re starting to test, “what will mom do for me?” and seeing how far they can take it.Read More
Preventing over-tiredness is the key to blissful, tear-free sleeping
It seems counter-intuitive but the more baby sleeps, the more he will sleep. Sleep begets sleep. The biggest mistake parents make when it comes to sleep for their babies is underestimating how much they actually need. Starting the day off right is your biggest asset, and that means starting with the first nap. Read More