Archive for the “Advice” Category

Well Rested Sleep Tip: 4 Reasons to Resolve to Make Your Child’s Sleep a Priority in 2016 Eat better, exercise more, curse less – these are all great resolutions and ones that most of us have made in the past. But have you ever resolved to get more sleep? If not, that should be your […]

No matter your child’s age, there are 5 key elements that if applied consistently lead to healthy sleep!  Here is our tough-love, no nonsense, guide to getting  your child’s sleep on track and keeping it there: I became a pediatric sleep consultant after having a terrible time getting my first child to sleep. After researching for tips and advice […]

Want your child to sleep through the night, but can’t stand the thought of letting him cry it out?  I have good news: you can teach your child healthy sleep habits and self soothing skills without compromising your parenting beliefs and morals.   As a mom of two young children, I am part of a few […]

Perhaps the “fall back” component of DST occurs just days after Halloween, because it often leaves parents looking like zombies and young children acting like goblins! Why is it so frightening? Because children who were previously waking at 6:30am will now be waking at 5:30am post time change if left to their own devices. But […]

Did you know that many recent studies have shown a direct correlation between adequate sleep and academic success? Is your child getting all the sleep they need to be their best this school year? Check out my article (here)  that was featured in the 2014/15 Education and Enrichment Guide with six easy tips to ensure that […]