Newborn Care Skills – Swaddling

Newborn Care Skills – Swaddling

There are a wide variety of techniques and skills that many parents do not have by the time their little one arrives. One of the most versatile and useful of all newborn care skills is the ability to properly swaddle a baby. However, it is not enough to just know how...
The Importance of Newborn Healthy Sleep Habits

The Importance of Newborn Healthy Sleep Habits

Anyone who has spent time around a newborn knows that they spend most of their day sleeping. In fact, according to Nationwide Children’s, newborns spend 16 to 20 hours of each day asleep. Since they spend so much time asleep, many parents think there is little they...
Swaddling Benefits for Newborns

Swaddling Benefits for Newborns

Swaddling is a practice that has been in use around the world for thousands of years. In its simplest form, the method involves using a cloth to wrap a child in a way that their limbs are restricted in movement. So why has it been practiced for such a long time?...
Three Month Sleep Regression

Three Month Sleep Regression

Whenever a child’s sleep patterns change, parents tend to be understandably concerned about what is going on with their little one. While there are a variety of reasons a baby’s sleep patterns may change, one of the more common reasons is a sleep regression. Read on...
Multiples Sleeping Arrangements

Multiples Sleeping Arrangements

For families expecting multiples, there can be a lot of unknowns and uncharted territory even if you and your partner have other children. A lot of the common questions we receive about caring for multiples revolve around sleep with one of the most asked questions...
Daylight Savings Time and the Infant Sleep Schedule

Daylight Savings Time and the Infant Sleep Schedule

Whether you are ready for it or not, Daylight Savings time begins this Sunday, March 12 and for new parents, this can be a source of anxiety. The time change to “spring forward” can be especially worrisome for parents who have been working hard to get their child on a...