By Kim West, LCSW-C, The Sleep Lady® As your baby gets older, you will notice some major developmental changes that usually happen between six and eight months, including crawling, the (potential) transition from three naps down to two, as well as an increase in your baby’s separation anxiety. That’s a lot of changes! Transitional objects […]
By Kim West, LCSW-C, The Sleep Lady® When you prepare for your baby, you make sure everything is in order, right down to your baby’s sleeping arrangements. You make sure that you have washed her clothes, set up the changing table, and you pack your hospital bag. You make sure that all the feeding supplies […]
By Kim West, LCSW-C, The Sleep Lady® Most parents ask me what a “typical day” of feedings, naps, and bedtime would look like for their child. Because I get so many questions about this, I decided to dedicate this post to just that. What follows are typical baby and toddler sleep schedules for specific ages and stages. Please […]
By Kim West, LCSW-C, The Sleep Lady® All of the energy and independence of a preschooler can either snowball into a bad situation at bedtime or be deftly managed to become a peaceful path toward slumber. I’m just going to assume you want a peaceful bedtime routine for the sake of this article (no one […]
Separation anxiety, night terrors, fear of the dark, night weaning, naptime battles – the list of sleep-related issues parents have to navigate goes on and on and on and on. What are you currently struggling with? Share it in the comments for a chance to win our new Peaceful Panda!