Ah, summer. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the kids are out of school. For busy parents, this can be a time of both excitement and dread. Excitement for all the fun summer activities you can do with your little ones, and dread for the inevitable sleep training that must take place.
Category: Baby Sleep
Every parent has heard another parent casually recommend giving melatonin to their child to help them fall asleep. Some parents use it on a regular basis and others may have used it once for something like an airplane ride. For many parents, they wonder how safe it is to take melatonin since it is a natural product. There are many factors that play into if melatonin is appropriate to introduce to a child.
Getting your child on a sleep schedule is a process that includes a lot of effort and time. Parents are understandably defensive of sticking to the schedule that they have invested so much into creating. Sometimes our plans for the day get derailed unexpectedly. Other times, we go into days knowing we can’t stick to our schedule if we want to take part in plans we can’t control. Once you have a solid foundation in place with your child sleeping, you can become more flexible. You have to think about the long game with sleep training.
Some moms welcome heading back to work and others struggle with the process. Mothers experience a wide range of emotions and concerns when their maternity leave comes to an end. We have some tips that might help ease you into your transition.
There are typically two types of parents when it comes to bedsharing: If you fall under the first group, this blog is not for you. If you fall under the second group, you are in the right place! There are countless reasons families end up bedsharing. For some families, it is a choice that is
There isn’t a single parent in the world whose baby hasn’t experienced sleep regression. We all know a parent (or have been the parent) who has desperately turned to google to try to figure out why it is happening, when will it end and when to anticipate it being an issue again. Let’s dive into
When talking to new clients, we ask questions about their current nap and bedtime experiences. The insight we gain from these conversations helps us know what practices need to be addressed and implemented. There is one situation that seems to be very common, the drowsy but not asleep child. Parents often think they are putting
Whatever your parenting style may look like, the term “sleep training” can be intimidating. For some, they imagine babies crying in a dark room all alone and what parent likes the thought of that. Our goal at RMSB is to help you guide your children into a peaceful bedtime and healthy sleeping routines. You may not be ready to work with a sleep consultant and that is completely ok. Let us help you figure out if you’re ready or not!
We know how hard it is for parents to get their kids to sleep and how wonderful it is when they finally do! We’ve helped thousands of families, just like yours, get their kids sleeping well. We believe that sleep is your family’s most valuable resource – so work with us and improve the quality