Chaos and confusion, the clocks are changing!

Even small seasonal shifts like when sun rises and sets can mess with a child’s sleep schedule. So when the clocks shift backwards by an hour, it can wreak havoc on even the best of tiny sleepers. Adjusting a child’s biological clock is a process. With my gentle 9-day plan, or 3-day fast-track plan, youContinue reading “Chaos and confusion, the clocks are changing!”

Young kids and camping: a recipe for sleep deprivation?

No, absolutely not! The key to success is to plan, plan, plan. Before my husband and I had our little one, we thought one of her first trips would be to the great outdoors. What can be better than a snuggle in a cosy tent and waking up to chirping birds and fresh air? FastContinue reading “Young kids and camping: a recipe for sleep deprivation?”

Nap tips for (tele)working parents in the time of coronavirus

With schools, daycares and nurseries closed or imminently closing for many around the world, working parents are now facing juggling even more balls than before. Coronavirus/COVID-19 has hit us all hard. It’s hit working parents even harder as they face balancing work and childcare at home for the foreseeable future. As a full time workingContinue reading “Nap tips for (tele)working parents in the time of coronavirus”

Sleep Scheduling Stress?

A common question from parents is does my child have a sleep problem? It’s not difficult to understand their confusion. Hey, don’t all babies have trouble sleeping?! As parents of brand new babies, we can find it challenging to adjust to the new baby’s sleep schedule. When baby starts sleeping longer hours, we are thrilledContinue reading “Sleep Scheduling Stress?”

Traveling with kids

Holiday season is upon us! While we eagerly await the arrival of our summer holiday, so begins the mind-boggling torture of wondering how our precious little ones will cope with the inevitable change in sleeping schedules as we travel across multiple time zones.  Here are some of my top tips to get your baby sleepingContinue reading “Traveling with kids”