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Is your toddler making a million requests at bedtime to keep you coming back? Have you fallen asleep in your toddler’s room more than once this week? Here are some strategies for making bedtime a little smoother:

  • Make sure you are asking your toddler to sleep when s...

As toddlers and preschool-aged children grow and develop emotionally, they begin to attach meaning to their experiences. Much of this development is positive, like feeling proud when finishing a peg puzzle or feeling happy to see a familiar friend at the playground. Th...

December 10, 2018

It happens to the best of us. After finally hitting your stride with your little one’s bedtime routine and mastering his or her sleep schedule, suddenly something changes. Your toddler won’t go to sleep as quickly and easily as he or she once did. Bedtime can turn into...

A blog on Motivating Operations that influence behavior:

Maybe you already know it can be very difficult to keep a young, curious child who’s going through an explosion of cognitive developments, (and who is still developing impulse control), in a bed.  And, when s/he f...

May 24, 2017

Most parents know that having a consistent bedtime routine is an important element in fostering good sleep habits. You can read more about that here. But many parents don’t realize it can be just as important to have a solid morning routine that signifies the end of ni...

August 3, 2016

This mini-blog was written for one special mama who’s had a heck of a tough year and who’s supported this business from the beginning.  She’s about to move her child into a bed and asked if there was anything in particular she should know about.   Here are our top tips...

June 30, 2014

We are big fans of waiting until your child is good and ready for toilet training before attempting to begin! For some children, this may be under age 2 and for others not until age 3 or later. Summer is often easier than winter.   Watch for interest and readiness, ple...

April 1, 2014

If you are vigilant and immediately respond to your child’s climbing behavior like you would respond to any other sleep regression, then you may be able to teach even the most nimble toddler to stay in the crib.

February 6, 2014

Meg Casano BSN MA and Erin Evans PhD ALM

We hope that by now you’ve browsed through our website and gotten a sense of who we are and our style – which is that we don’t have a set style! There is no magic formula or magic strategy for a successful sleep consult because e...

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