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.
Bedtime with one child can be the most taxing part of the day - throw in another one (or 2 or 3) and it can be downright chaotic. Alanna McGinn, Founder of Good Night Sleep Site, provides advice on managing bedtime with multiple children.
Napping on the go is bound to happen and when out and about, and it really can be a life saver. And we get it, life happens and sometimes you need to go with the flow. Alanna McGinn, found of Good Night Sleep Site, provides advice on how to nap safely on the go.
There are many things you can do, even before your baby is born, to set up a positive sleep environment and to educate yourself on newborn sleep and what to expect. Alanna McGinn, founder of Good Night Sleep Site, provides advice on creating healthy sleep habits from the get-go.