Archive for March, 2006

Daylight Savings: How To Adjust Your Child’s Sleep Schedule

Many parents have recently been asking how to handle daylight savings and their child’s sleep schedule. Some parents who have babies on a very early schedule, i.e. going to bed at 6:30pm and waking at 5:30am, may consider not changing this schedule at all. With the time change the baby’s bedtime will be 7:30pm and […]

Posted Under: Parenting News  |  March 28th, 2006  |  1 Comment

Parent Sleep Problems

All parents look forward to that time when their child is sleeping through the night. After many sleepless nights, many parents work very hard to establish healthy sleep with their child and are so excited to be able to sleep themselves. Certainly all parents, once their baby reaches the developmental point of being able to […]

Posted Under: Parenting News  |  March 27th, 2006  |  1 Comment

Should Siblings Share a Bedroom?

Many parents debate whether to have siblings share a bedroom even if they have space to separate them. There really is no right or wrong decision when it comes to sharing a bedroom. Some parents worry that a baby will wake the older child, but usually this is not the case. Toddlers and preschoolers quickly […]

Posted Under: Parenting News  |  March 20th, 2006  |  2 Comments

Sleep Plan: Money Well Spent

Many times I have heard from clients that they were initially hesitant about moving forward with a sleep plan because it was a big financial commitment–and it is! I just got off the phone with a client whose baby is going down easily and sleeping happily every night. They are so pleased and recently proclaimed […]

Posted Under: Infants  |  March 7th, 2006  |  1 Comment