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September 30, 2015
WELCOME KIRI GURD, PHD, MSC
We are so excited to announce the addition of new consultants to the Baby Sleep Science Team! Today, we’d like to introduce Kiri Gurd, PhD, MSc.
From the moment we met her, we knew Kiri had something unique from other applicants. It wasn’t just her education and degrees which we knew could bring a new dimension to Baby Sleep Science; she “got it” and we clicked.
Kiri is magnificently smart and motivated so we knew we could teach her the science no problem (and have been mentoring her closely for many months), but that intuitive part – that part that makes families feel heard, not pressured; understood – THAT’S what we know will make Kiri such a valuable new member of the Baby Sleep Science Team.
Please join us in welcoming Kiri!
October 21, 2015
WELCOME JULIET TAYLOR, MS, BCBA
We have been so busy here at Baby Sleep Science in the past year as we have worked to find only the right additions to our growing business. We seek out only those potential consultants who are exceptionally educated and top in their fields and who will bring a unique skill set of their own to our team after a lengthy process of teaching and mentoring by us in the science of infant and child sleep.
To that end, we’d like to introduce our newest consultant, Juliet Taylor, MS, BCBA!
As a Behavior Analyst, Juliet will be a dream come true to many of our families who not only experience sleep struggles with their young child, but behavioral struggles and autism as well.
Interview for Fairfield Town Vibe
By: Jess Grutkowski
CHASING THE ZZZS
Sleep deprivation is one of the many joys of motherhood. Middle-of-the-night feedings and naps in the car have become rights of passage for new parents, with most of the responsibility traditionally falling on mom.
While it’s expected that newborns wake often, many parents don’t realize they will ultimately have to engage in some form of sleep and nap training. However, the rules of when and how to successfully sleep train are different depending on your source. Conflicting advice from grandparents, the pediatrician, and Dr. Google can be overwhelming, and changing your game plan too many times can foster negative sleep habits...
Interview for Today's Parent
By: Vanessa Milne
THE 2-3-4 NAP SCHEDULE THAT WILL GET YOUR BABY TO SLEEP
You won’t find the 2-3-4 nap schedule in any parenting book. Rather, it’s one of those tools that has been passed from mom to mom, and from blog to blog. The idea is that you’ll have gradually increasing wake times between naps, with two hours before the first, three hours after that, and four hours just before bedtime. It’s designed for babies who can do with just two naps a day, a stage that usually occurs between six and 18 months old...