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Giving your child adequate daytime sleep is important to ensure the nighttime sleep goes well too. Sleep is not something we’re born knowing how to do, so it’s up to mom and dad to ensure that those naps happen on schedule. Here are some common mistakes parents make and how you can avoid them. 1. Waiting too long – You should be putting your child down to nap at the first signs of tiredness. Your child doesn’t have something in her eye; she’s rubbing because she’s sleepy. If you wait...

When it comes to your baby’s room, you want to make it as nurturing and comfortable as possible. Your baby is going to spend a lot of time sleeping in the room during the first few months, so it’s important to make sure this room is a loving environment. Here are some do-it-yourself projects that you might enjoy to put your personal touch on the room. 1. Chalkboard Dresser (Elledesign.ca) Use chalkboard paint to cover any surface of the dresser (or any piece of furniture, really) that you...

October is SIDS Awareness Month and parents are encouraged to learn more about the risk factors involved in SIDS and what steps they can take to prevent it. SIDS is defined as the death of an infant, less than 1 year of age that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly and cannot be explained after a thorough investigation is conducted. Scientists have learned a great deal about SIDS over the last years and SIDS cases have decreased drastically, but there are still over 4,000 kids that die unexpectedly each year with no...

A bedtime routine is key to establishing a healthy, predictable sleep pattern. Just like you and I, babies need time to unwind and get their bodies and brains into position to sleep. If you scoop baby out of the middle of a lively game and drop him in the crib, you can’t expect baby to fall right asleep. You’ve got to coax him. A bedtime routine is also a great time of the day to bond with your baby. If you have a busy schedule and don’t get to spend...

Newborns all have one thing in common: they wake their parents up at night. After several months of sleepless nights and interrupted sleep, you might start to feel stressed and anxious. Around four or five months old, however, your baby's sleep patterns should be normalizing into longer stretches of slumber. With a bit of encouragement and sleep training, your baby will be sleeping through the night in no time. Here are some tips. 1. Soothe her to sleepiness Another way to get your baby to sleep through the night is to...

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