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How Breastfeeding Can Help Babies Sleep at Night

Posted by Stella Lincoln on Oct 26, 2020 5:24:00 AM

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Topics: Pediatrics, Family, baby, sleep health

How Baby's Sleep Position Affects Her Motor Development

Posted by Stella Lincoln on Oct 18, 2020 11:22:00 AM

In infants, motor development can start from as early as two months. Little babies are able to lift and turn their heads when lying on their backs while their hands are fisted, and the arms are flexed.

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Topics: Family, get better sleep, baby, texting, SIDS

Top Ways to Make Sleep Easier for Mom and Infant Revealed

Posted by Karen Hasket on Oct 7, 2020 11:52:08 AM

When you are done with the day's activities, you always want to lie down and enjoy sleep for some good time. People experience different conditions where it comes easy to some, while others finding sleep is a nightmare where the tossing and turning in bed becomes a headache. To be specific, it's a mother’s joy to have enough sleep and, at the same time, her infant to sleep well. Every mom out there knows the benefits sleep has to the infant in terms of growth.

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Topics: women, bipap, moms, baby

What Does A Baby Sleep Consultant Do?

Posted by Darla Thomas on Sep 23, 2020 10:24:42 AM

The term or rather job title “baby sleep consultant” has one that has gained a lot of popularity, particularly over the past few years. For parents struggling to get their babies to sleep who are really in need of the services of a baby sleep consultant, it can be very hard to know what to expect. I mean anyone who is sleep-deprived will relate that ultimately if the person can help their baby to sleep and therefore the get the parents more sleep, it does not really matter “what” they specifically do – right?

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Topics: insomnia, Pediatrics, baby, sleep patterns

Colic and Sleep

Posted by Stefanie Leiter on May 20, 2020 1:20:00 PM

As new or repeat parents, you already are taking a lot on with a new life: feeding, sleeping, pooping, and napping are the essentials. But a lot of times, parents believe if they are unable to achieve perfection they have failed their children.

It is important to remember that no parent is perfect and every newborn has different needs. Colic doesn’t have a prescribed newborn: it can be a formula-fed or breastfed baby, a boy or girl, and preterm or full-term baby. Without a clear diagnosis, a few theories on causes for colic include:

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Topics: baby, colic, getting better sleep

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