You're a new parent and you're confused. You're trying to navigate through exhaustion, isolation, postpartum depression and just when you think you can't handle any more bewilderment, your baby exhibits a behavior that makes you say "what the eff is this about???"...
It’s the most common question I get during an enlightenment call with a prospective client: is it possible to conduct sleep training without crying? It’s a fair question. Parents are worried about the amount of crying that will actually take place during sleep training. They are concerned about the long term effects of the crying and their child’s safety.
Ever heard the phrase “sleep like a baby?” You’ve probably heard it your whole life. Before you had kids, you may have even used the phrase. But what is sleep training and how can it help you?
Your baby is upset and crying and you have tried everything to calm her.
You’re more than just confused, you’re downright befuddled as to why your newborn won’t settle. The goal of this post is to give you the top reasons why your newborn won’t settle and tips on how to handle each situation.
Many tired and frustrated parents search the phrase “how to sleep train baby” when they want a crash course in baby sleep training. Here I go into detail on some steps you can take that will help your baby sleep.
Creating the best sleep environment for your child is crucial for them and you to have a good nights sleep. Here I will explain some steps.
When you’re a new mom, you want to hold your baby all the time and experience the strong bond that is forming between you and your baby. However your arms are sometimes needed elsewhere and this is why holding your baby to sleep can become problematic, especially if your baby can’t fall asleep without being held.
It is one of the most disheartening experiences for a parent – it’s bedtime or nap time and your baby is inconsolable. You don’t know how to get your baby to stop fighting sleep and he is getting more tired by the minute.
One opinion that is currently circulating on social media is that babies are “giving up” during sleep training. But there is more to it then just a simple answer. Read on to learn more.
If you are looking for tips on how to get your baby to sleep in the crib, you have come to the right place. In addition to tips, I will offer an explanation as to why this is happening.