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February 28, 2014

At Baby Sleep Science we consider swaddling your newborn baby to be an almost essential component to sleep!

The Science: Newborns have an immature startle reflex. They also spend much of their time in REM sleep and, unlike older children and adults, do NOT have REM slee...

February 25, 2014

What’s a dreamfeed, you ask? A dreamfeed is a feeding that you offer your baby before you go to bed, by waking her from deep sleep and feeding her in the hope that it will extend her next stretch of sleep. We’ve received a lot of questions about dreamfeeding since we p...

February 17, 2014

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...

February 7, 2014

Meg Casano BSN, MA and Erin Evans PhD, MPH, ALM

People often have strong opinions about when they think your baby should be sleeping through the night! And, everyone has a different idea of what a good night’s sleep means –  4 hours? 6 hours? 8 hours? 12 hours without w...

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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