What to Expect in the First 24 Hours with Your New Baby

Your first day with baby might be a bit overwhelming. You’ll wonder if you’re doing everything correctly. You’ll wonder if everything is happening as it is supposed to, or if something is wrong. You’ll be calling your family and Googling all sorts of questions. Here’s what you can expect in your first 24 hours with … Continued

New Study Sheds Light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Dr. Daniel Rubens, physician and researcher at Seattle Children’s Hospital, has recently completed a new study that uncovers clues to solving Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), the leading cause of death of infants between one and twelve months. Dr. Rubens’ earlier work indicated a connection between hearing and breathing problems. During sleep, we move ourselves … Continued

Going to Bed is NOT a Punishment

I am a licensed psychologist and a certified child and family sleep coach dedicated to helping families get their sleep back on track. After working through sleep issues with my own child, I discovered there is a science (and art) specific to dealing with children’s sleep within the context of a family. I believe that … Continued

5 Baby Sleep Safety Tips: September is Safety Month

September is Baby Safety Month so it is a good time for parents to focus on making sure they are doing all they can to keep their babies safe and protected. Knowing that baby is safe and sound will give parents peace of mind, so creating a safe sleep environment for baby should be a … Continued