Have you ever happened to glance in your toddlers’ room and had that heart-stopping moment of seeing them scaling their crib? It is a mixture of being terrified they are going to fall, and a realization of what they are now capable of. When this happens, you may start asking yourself if they are too
Category: Toddler Sleep
Is My Kid Ready? (Am I?) If you are wondering if it is time for your toddler to move from a crib to a bed, you are not alone. Most parents’ question when the right time is, and it is a great question to ask your sleep consultant, they can help you make the transition
Have you ever witnessed another mom doing incredible things – all the while embracing consequences? I witness this quite often, though one recent memory stands out. I was at a fast-food restaurant and decided to go inside as the drive through was notorious for forgetting something. I got in line behind a woman who if
Before we delve into the world of day care, and all that it entails, as a Sleep Consultant in Denver and Kansas, and for many of you who have worked with me personally, please know that when it comes to daycare and sleep schedules, my approach as a sleep consultant, is “hands off.” I have
Trying to sway an opinion when it comes to our parenting method – in this case, attachment parenting – is about as easy as getting a two year old to simultaneously eat their vegetables, use the potty and sleep through the night without an issue. While that is a dream scenario for any parent, it
There are mom’s who never raise their voice, or lose their temper, and they speak to their children in a calm, collective – the Cool C’s – manner. They encourage their children to “use their voices” and work with them to resolve the issue and the entire time, the mom remains calm. (I am already
The little snort here and there. The sweet little nose whistle. The consolation of the snore reassuring us they are getting great sleep. Infant snoring is so adorable, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, they are not so adorable. You are not alone in this, I used to think so, too, and I am a professional sleep authoritarian.
You’ve hit it: the milestone that no one wants to talk about, and everyone dreads…your toddler has recently started skipping their only daytime nap! When this happens, it’s normal to feel a sense of fear or dread. “That’s my only break during the day,” is a super common concern I hear as a sleep consultant.
Here’s the truth: most parents I work with begin the conversation with the same question, “How do you sleep train a baby without crying it out?” The answer is simple: no matter what your parenting philosophy, your child’s sleep is what’s most important.
Maintaining Your Child’s Sleep Schedule Over the Holidays With the holidays approaching, many new parents who have recently gotten their babies sleeping on a schedule are worried that they might regress a little over the holidays. And I can assure you, those fears could not be more well-founded.