Making Sleep a Priority: For Children and Parents

Every parent is concerned for their family’s well-being. In the chaotic and busy world that we live in, although we have the best intentions to focus on our family’s health and wellness, unfortunately following through with these plans are difficult at times. One aspect of a family’s wellness that should not be compromised is healthy sleep. No matter which way you …

A Step Ahead of Sleep

As a Certified Child Sleep Consultant I am often called upon to help correct behavior that occurs due to lack of knowledge and understanding about sleep. As Moms, while we are pregnant, people are handing out all kinds of advice. This advice ranges from nursing to diapering, tummy time, to vaccinations. Never in the nine months of my pregnancy did …

Taking control of Sleep: The one parent household

After going through the experience of hiring a child sleep consultant, and then going through the process to become one, I knew that I wanted to help other single parent households.  With my husband away on business a lot, I learned through the process that once I took control of the situation I was no longer overwhelmed and fearful of …

It’s not Logical, Its Biological: The science behind the way we sleep

Everyone sleeps; but not everyone understands the science behind the way we sleep. Sleep is an important part of our daily functions and overall health and wellness. Educating ourselves on the biological sleep rhythms behind the way our body responds to sleep, will help us understand the importance of staying on a consistent sleep schedule, as well as implementing one …

Sleep: Quality vs. Quantity

Just like many things in life, quality sleep is more important than the quantity. It is more beneficial to the human body and has a great impact on the way we function. The internal rhythms, at which our bodies are set to operate, create a time to be asleep and a time to be awake. When we try to fall …

Hunger, Feedings, and Sleep

As a new parent, I am sure that at some point you were told to feed your child right before they go to sleep in order to help them sleep longer. I find it unbelievable how commonly this myth is presented on a daily basis.  I too was given this information when I became a mother, and remember trying to time my …