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8 Month Sleep Regression: Causes, Signs and How to Deal with It

Struggling with the 8-month sleep regression? We have some expert advice from sleep consultant Dr. Sarah Mitchell with her tips to cope with it.
Sep 7, 2020
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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7 Months Old Baby Sleep: 3 Important Things You Need to Know

At 7 months of age, your baby needs 11 hours of overnight sleep and 2-3 hours of daytime naps for a total of ~ 14 hours of 24-hour sleep. Read 3 Things You Need to Know About Your 7 Month Old Baby’s Sleep 
Aug 4, 2020
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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8 Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep While Traveling

Traveling over the holidays can be stressful enough but add a baby or toddler into the mix and one might have the fleeting thought of staying home where your baby can continue to sleep well.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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How I Failed At Attachment Parenting

I liked to think of myself as a bit of a granola only with better shoes. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, natural parenting was aligned with my beliefs.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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How I Failed At Attachment Parenting

I liked to think of myself as a bit of a granola only with better shoes. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, helping babies sleep with attachment parenting was aligned with my beliefs.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Why is my Baby Waking Up Frequently at Night? Hunger, Habit or Something Else?

When my son was 3 months old he was waking up every 2.5 hours at night. Born at 10 lbs 4 oz he had a voracious appetite from the beginning. He had to be hungry each time he woke, right?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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8 Ways To Help Your Baby Sleep When Sick

It is natural to want to do everything possible to help your baby sleep when sick. But in the back of your mind, you may be wondering if you are doing the right thing, or maybe creating bad sleep habits?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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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