Most people understand that jet lag happens when you travel across time zones. We've worked with many parents who avoid travel in the first few years of their child's life just so they don't have to deal with jet lag. However, exciting weekend trips and late nights in the backyard can lead to a phenomenon called Social Jet Lag, which can make keeping sleep on track difficult and unpredictable. What is Social Jet Lag? Social Jet Lag is a shift in the circadian rhythm (the body
Print this handy infographic as a reminder of 0-4 month sleep basics! Don't forget our short book designed for 0-4 month olds covers every inch of this age range, and exactly what to do (or not to do) about common trouble spots such as short naps, frequent night wakings, reducing extra feedings, and so much more. It's a short read designed with tired parents in mind! Locate it here.