Sleep can feel like one of the most confusing topics for new parents. Information on how to help your baby sleep better seems to be everywhere! While they may have good intentions, the sleep advice you receive from family and friends will not necessarily set you on the right path. In fact, it may only lead you further from your goal of getting everyone in the family sleeping again! So, how do you weed through every sleep tip being thrown at you and still make the best decision for your little one?
If your baby isn’t sleeping well the most important thing you need to know is, you are not alone. So many parents are struggling with the same baby sleep issues. Find out how you can help your baby sleep through the night and take great naps.
If you are planning on bettering your baby’s naps, it’s important to understand why they aren’t happening in the first place. Alanna McGinn, founder of Good Night Sleep Site, provides us with insight into why your baby just won't nap.
Almost all of us struggle with sleep issues at some point in our parenting lives. It doesn’t matter if it’s your baby or toddler, sleep struggles can seem like a never-ending journey on a very sleep-deprived road. If you’re not sleeping well because you’re sharing a bed with your little one, or you want to reclaim your bed as an adult-only zone (for some grown-up ‘alone time’), here are a few things you can do to help.
Eventually, the day will come when it’s the right time for your little one to stop being your roommate. Just with any sort of change, it will take some time, and a bit of patience. It can be a difficult and confusing time for new parents but there is plenty that you can do to set baby up for success.
Alanna McGinn, founder of Good Night Sleep Site, gives advice on how to reduce the risk of SIDS.