Have you ever been told to just skip baby’s last nap, and then they’ll sleep great at night? Or just feed them rice cereal when they are a month old, and you’ll start getting better naps? There are SO MANY myths about baby’s sleep and it is so common to hear this #fakenews from friends
You’ve successfully taught your baby how to fall asleep at bedtime. But why is he still waking up in the middle of the night???!? Here’s why, and how to solve it so baby can get more rest at night.
What would it take for your baby to fall asleep without having to nurse, or be rocked, or set in the swing?
With all of the information that’s readily available online, and the resources you have at your disposal in the form of friends and family who have managed to get their kids to sleep, why would you want to invite a stranger into your private life just to get your child sleeping through the night?
I can clearly remember, like most mothers I’m sure, the very moment I gave birth to my daughter, Kenna. I was absolutely over the moon in feelings of love and gratitude. And then, once we were in the mother-baby room later that morning, I was equally overwhelmed with nervousness and utter exhaustion. The nervousness dissipated with practice, but the exhaustion…
(Washington Post, 2019) The studies described in this article suggest that lack of sleep results in: Poorer performance on tasks involving memory in preschoolers Increased risk of Alzheimer’s Increased rates of anxiety Decreased learning capacity The scientists in this article also mention that kids are missing out on sleep, which is critical to their learning
Big news! Bee Wise was featured in Everything Mom, an informational blog dedicated to helping moms achieve happiness. Our post is titled “4 Super Simple Ways to Get Baby to Sleep Through the Night.” Read More