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Toddler Sleep — Is it Always This Hard?

We get it... You wanted the cuddles while they were little. And now you want your toddler or preschooler sleeping in their own bed at night and not sneaking into yours. It is ...
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Expert Guidance for Hacking Your Infant’s Ideal Wake Window

What is a Wake Window? As Sleeper Teachers® one of the most important things that we teach families about infant and toddler sleep is the role that awake periods play in daily schedules, ...
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Back to School Tips for the Whole Family

Parenting in 2021 We can all agree that being a parent over the past 18 months has unveiled challenges that we never imagined… Going back to school in person? Keeping kiddos home? Finding ...
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How to Stop Crap Naps and Get Your Baby Napping Longer

You know the drill... You just put your baby down for her first morning nap, and before you can even finish your breakfast, she’s up again 30 minutes later. Rats! Another crap nap. ...
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Learning the Skill of Sleep Independence Results in Happier, Healthier Kids

Does this sound familiar? Cue the scene: it’s Tuesday night at 7:30pm, time for your 6 month old to go to bed. A feeling of dread creeps over you when you start to ...
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When Dad Sleep Trains, The Whole Family is Happy

You know the scene -- a new dad jubilantly announces to his friends that he and his partner are expecting. After a few brief words of congratulations, his buddies start offering advice and ...
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6 Hacks for Good Sleep While Traveling with Your Family

Are you ready to resume traveling? After being home for the past year, many families are gearing up to start traveling again. Hitting the road with kids is normally a bit stressful, but ...
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How to Avoid Mother’s Day Disappointment

With Mother’s Day just a few days away in the US, I’ve been reflecting on what the past few years have been like as a mom celebrating this day. The flowers, the “momosas”, ...
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The Power of “What If”

Yesterday, my team and I were publicly celebrated for our business milestones and the success of Sleeper Teachers at our annual Sleep Sense Conference. Initially, I was shocked when I heard my name ...
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Your 2021 Guide for a Smooth Spring Forward

Most of us don’t mind in the fall when the time changes and we gain an extra hour of sleep, but with the upcoming 2021 spring forward we miss out on a full ...
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Self Love Means Asking for Help

Can I get real with you? If your life feels like a constant cycle of "rinse and repeat", if you are struggling with the same shit over and over and over, if you ...
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Reconnect with Your Partner this Valentine’s Day

It’s no surprise that couples struggle to connect after becoming parents. Between feeling “touched out” by the end of the day, having little people sleeping between you in bed, being sleep deprived and ...
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