Archive for the “Sleep Articles” 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 […]

Baby, toddler, preschooler, 3rd grader, highschooler, adult. No matter your age, sleep is one of our most important biological needs. As my favorite sleep guru Dr. Marc Weissbluth has said “Sleep is to the brain as food is to the body”. Our bodies regulate sleep in much the same way that they regulate eating, drinking, […]

Terrible Two’s at Nap Time Please check out my first guest blogger gig on Kansas City Mom’s Blog – click here for original post! Around age two, many children start to have periods of nap regression. In fact, I went through one with my toddler just last week. It is indeed very frustrating when your norm changes so […]

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 […]

I am sure many of you have seen news of a recent Sound Machine study on the news or on social media. It is a bit confusing with many experts citing different opinions. We thought we would weigh in. Of course the use of these machines at high octaves is unadvisable as is their placement […]