Sleep

Night-time routines including games and reading to sleep tips and schedules for the littles.


E.A.S.Y. Month 9 to Month 12

E.A.S.Y. Month 9 to Month 12


Posted on Jan 27, 2018

    This sleep series is a beneficial refresher course for me with a new baby years after my other children have outgrown the baby stage.  This is a schedule of sorts that has worked for me as well as thousands of other mom’s worldwide; I hope you find it just as beneficial.     As your child grows, be sure to adjust their schedule accordingly using additional charts {more coming soon}.   E.A.S.Y. DAY 4 TO WEEK 6 E.A.S.Y. WEEK 6...

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    I’m finally back from hiatus.  As I mentioned to readers, I had to take some time for various reasons to focus on my family and my health.  And now I can reveal a major reason…drum roll anyone? I’m pregnant! After multiple miscarriages, I’m hoping that this will be my rainbow baby to join my four and six-year-old. I almost feel like I’m starting all over again. So this series is as much a refresher...

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This series has received a lot of interest on Pinterest which tells me that most moms want a routine that is good for their baby and preserves their sanity! Since I started this series, I’ve also seen pins from some who state why they don’t sleep train their children. It’s obvious a controversy over sleep training continues to exist.  Let me take a moment to reassure all you parents, that the method behind E.A.S.Y....

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    Not all agree on sleep training.  Some parents say you must let your child determine when and where they are going to sleep, perhaps they are afraid of becoming regimented to the point that they are no longer in tune with their baby’s unique needs.  Other parents may not navigate the day without a pinpointed schedule that tells them when to feed their child, and when their child should nap; perhaps they feel tied to the...

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    Is sleep training for you?  Some parents say you must let your child determine when and where they are going to sleep, perhaps they are afraid of becoming regimented to the point that they are no longer in tune with their baby’s unique needs.   To these parents, I say rest easy.  The techniques that make up E.A.S.Y. are meant to be tailored to your child.   For myself, I had a least one child that didn’t give me easy...

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  I’m passionate about finding quality products for my family, my health, and my home.  I put a great deal of thought and research into everything I purchase.  I want you to benefit from my toil.   Over the last 6 months, I’ve highlighted 5 Favorite Finds each month; these are finds or products that I love, and readily recommend to my family and friends.   So as we bid adieu to 2014, I’m bringing these products out...

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