Blog: Articles for Better Sleep

Read More

Overtired Baby Signs, Causes and How to Avoid being Overtired.

Once overtired, babies' weak self-regulation skills make it hard to get out of this phase. How can we prevent your child from falling into the red zone?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

Baby Won't Sleep? Top 6 Reasons shared by Baby Sleep Consultant

Baby not sleeping? One of these things could be the cause. Find out more as Dr. Sarah Mitchell shares why your baby is having trouble sleeping.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

Daylights Savings Time and the Dreaded Fall Back: Where Most People Gain an Hour of Sleep….. But Not Parents!

Added to your early morning suffering… daylights savings time and fall back.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

Early Morning Wake-Ups? Reasons and Tips to Manage Them Effectively

Baby wakes up so early? Dr. Sarah explains the most common reasons and shares tips on how to overcome early wake-ups.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

Ideal Bed Time Routine for Newborn and Toddler & Mistakes to Avoid

What is the purpose of the bedtime routine? What should your ideal bedtime routine look like for a newborn or a toddler? Dr. Sarah Mitchell answers these questions and shares common bedtime routine mistakes that might be affecting your baby's sleep.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

When and How To Move Baby to Their Own Room | Dr. Sarah Mitchell

When and How Should You Move Your Little One Out of Your Room? The American Academy of Pediatrics would like you to room-share until...
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

How to Stop Nursing to Sleep: Disassociate Nursing and Sleeping

Unsustainable way of falling asleep might be nursing or feeding to sleep. It could also be using a pacifier, being held, rocked, or co-sleeping. There is nothing wrong with nursing to sleep in general. It's just that for many of us it...
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
Read More

How to Differentiate Hunger from Fatigue in Babies

Why is Feeding On-Demand Important?? What Misinterpreting Fatigue For Hunger Can Look Like? Dr. Sarah Mitchell answer these questions on How to Differentiate Hunger from Fatigue in Babies
Dr. Sarah Mitchell