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Jesse’s Birth Story

Our son, Jesse, was born on 1/1/2020. A special birthday for our special boy, who even has a very special birth story. His birth was one that went (almost) exactly as hoped for- a redemptive VBAC after a fairly easy pregnancy. His older sister’s birth in 2018 did not go as planned. Although I was

Kenna’s Birth Story

A story of how an emergency c-section led to a new career and better sleep. Kenna’s birth story helped me become a parent who is more flexible and understanding- but also an advocate for my family. Our son, Jesse, was born on 1/1/2020. A special birthday for our special boy, who even has a very

TODDLERS: The 18-Month Sleep Regression

If you have a toddler that’s nearing 18 months, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the dreaded sleep regression that occurs around this age.  But I have a secret for you… there’s not really a sleep regression at 18 months. Yep, you read that right. All this build up, all of the threats about your child protesting

Thanksgiving Travel Tips to Streamline your Trip

A post with my top 4 tips to help you streamline your upcoming travels, so you can enjoy your trip AND your babe can still get awesome sleep! As Thanksgiving approaches, I always find myself daydreaming about all of the things I am so grateful for. This year, I’m of course SO grateful for the baby boy

Fall Back like it’s a SNAP! Daylight Savings Tips

Moving the clocks back one hour is a scary prospect, not only because you know it has the potential to get your kids’ schedules all out of whack, but also you have to mentally prepare yourself for having to go around switching up all of the clocks in your house the next morning too. Here’s

3 Common Issues in the First Few Days of Sleep Training

Starting to formally sleep train your child is a big deal. It likely means that you’ve experienced some significant loss of sleep that motivated you to make changes in your baby’s routine in the first place, and then you’ve done some research in order to figure out the methods and steps you’ll need to take

SHORT NAPS + AVOIDING THE 45 MINUTE INTRUDER

Here’s the scenario: Baby falls asleep, but only stays asleep for maybe 45 minutes (or 30 minutes). Baby wakes up, probably crying and upset, because he is still tired, and just doesn’t know how to go back to sleep. It’s like he has FOMO or something. You get baby up, try to move on with

6 Ways to Tell If Your Baby is Truly Hungry

It can be startling when your baby cries out in the middle of the night, and jolts you out of a sound sleep. You want to do whatever you need to in order to get them to fall back asleep quickly. You are tired, and just want to go back to sleep yourself. Let me

This pregnant mama is exhausted! (HBU?)

This pregnant mama is *exhausted*. But elated at the same time. We are pregnant with baby #2, and just had our anatomy scan this morning. The doctor confirmed what we already tentatively knew- BOY!- plus everything looked 100% healthy. We are super excited about our baby boy who will be completing our sweet family in
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My sleep philosophy is that all children (and mommas!) need restful sleep, and so my goal is to help children learn independent sleep skills so that they can fall asleep on their own and stay asleep through the night. I will help develop a customized sleep plan that aligns with the family’s wishes.
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