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March 4, 2020

We are trying something new this year. Every year we post our Daylight Savings Time blogs for babies and toddlers. We have spent a lot of time putting super important info in those blogs, but we also know it is a LOT to read through! So, we created this infographi...

May 13, 2019

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...

October 1, 2018

In honor of SIDS awareness month, this October the folks over at Mom Loves Best have put together this comprehensive guide on Infant Sleep Safety.   

We know that the vast majority of you reading this blog already know about safer infant sleep and SIDS prevention....

September 26, 2018

Why this ‘regression’ isn’t a step back, but instead a result of a permanent change in your baby’s sleep architecture. Learn about your baby’s new sleep cycles, how to distinguish true feeding needs from sleep associations, and how to address most common challenges for...

August 10, 2018

Scientific overview of basic baby sleep topics including what drives your baby and child to sleep, night sleep, day sleep, sleep environment, and sleep training.

July 18, 2017

Help for parents who are seriously sleep deprived, yet still have a baby whose sleep is erratic. Learn the growing importance of baby’s sleep environment, and gain insight into night sleep (how to move bedtime earlier, start a bedtime routine, early sleep training), an...

September 14, 2016

We spent a lot of time thinking about this blog because we have SO MUCH to say about

newborns and sleep, the first being CONGRATULATIONS!  We also don’t want to overwhelm you information-overloaded, exhausted, possibly uncertain new parents either. If you remember nothi...

June 6, 2014

We get a lot of questions about sleep products. There are some that are great innovations that do promote healthy sleep, but the vast majority of baby sleep products are either useless or harmful. We’ve partnered with Mamajamas to put together a list of sleep prod...

May 26, 2014

Reducing the number of feedings your baby or toddler is having at night is sometimes also referred to as “night weaning.” Learn how many feedings your baby needs at night, which feedings to reduce first, how to reduce night feedings, and what to do if your baby doesn’t...

March 13, 2014

Meg Casano BSN MA and Erin Evans PhD ALM

  (written at the request of our Facebook followers in response to our Swaddle Transition Blog )

Transition and Regression: Expectations

Making the transition out of the Magic Sleep Suit is similar to making the tran...

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