white noise for baby sleep

The Soothing Magic of White Noise: A Sleep Solution for Your Baby

As a pediatric sleep consultant, I’m well aware of the struggles that new parents face when trying to ensure their little ones get a good night’s sleep. Sleep is not only essential for your baby’s health and development but also for your own well-being. One valuable tool in the quest for peaceful baby sleep is […]

Are Pacifiers Good for Baby Sleep?

Being a pediatric sleep consultant, I know that the pacifier debate is a hot topic among parents. I’m here to help you make sense of it all. So, are pacifiers good for your baby’s sleep? Let’s dig into the nitty-gritty and find out what works best for your little one. The Good Side of Pacifiers […]

Navigating the 4-Month Regression: Impact on Baby’s Sleep Development

Hey there! Just a heads up – you might come across some affiliate links in this post. Clicking on them won’t cost you a thing, but if you decide to make a purchase, I may earn a small commission. Thanks for your support! Lita Let’s dive into the intriguing world of the 4-month regression, a […]

Thinking about Sleep Associations?

When it comes to the delicate world of baby sleep, parents often encounter the concept of “sleep associations.” These are the comforting routines or objects that babies come to rely on to soothe themselves to sleep. In this article, we’ll delve into some common sleep associations, focusing on thumb sucking and the use of comfort […]

4 Reasons for Short Naps

By around 4 months old, your baby should be able to be on a more structured schedule. Not only can they be on a 12-hour sleep schedule, but they will also be developing self-soothing skills. At 4 months, the goal is for baby to be taking 3-4 naps in the day, and sleeping for 10-12 […]

What is sleep training? Should I do it?

One of the most frequently asked questions I’m asked is, what is sleep training, and should I do it? First, I should say that it’s really not for everyone. Many parents love to baby wear, co-sleep, and wake up with their baby. And that’s totally fine! Every family has different dynamics, and I’m not here […]