Sleep

Night-time routines including games and reading to sleep tips


7 Must Read Books for Expecting Moms

    I’m a book lover. And I research topics to no end when I want to make sure to have accurate information. As a mom, I’ve found certain books to be lifesavers for certain seasons of motherhood.   The following list of 7 books are a must read for any expecting moms, whether it’s her first or her umpteenth baby.   I’m going to present each book in a sequential order. So consider reading book...

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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...

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Updated from original publication on October 27, 2015, as part of the series called 31 Days of Methods In Madness. To read all the articles in the series click here.     I’ll admit it, I’m tired. I think most of us are. We live in a sleep-deprived country. Some don’t appreciate the need for sleep, others don’t seem to have the ability to get a good night’s sleep. Is there a proven way to...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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