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4 Month Old Baby Sleep Schedule

Parents often ask me to lay out 4 Month Old Schedule for them.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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2 Ways to Help Your Child Adapt to Spring Forward

Spring forward occurs in the month of March this year, which means that 6 am is now 7 am. So, In order to help you baby sleep better spring time change and baby sleeping routine should be matched.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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When Can You Move Your Baby Out of Your Room?

Keeping him with us was the way to go.…until….I couldn’t sleep a wink.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Pacifiers: When, Why and How to Wean

Pacifiers, also known as soothers, binkies, dummy, button, and my personal favourite the fussbug, can be a contentious topic in parenting. Do they cause nipple confusion? Deform your teeth? Spread germs? Or perpetuate sleep challenges? How to wean pacifiers when the time comes?
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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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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Pacifiers, friend or foe?

A binkie, soother, sou sou, or pacifier, whatever you want to call it, is a device that baby can suck on to soothe herself. Babies have a natural tendency to want to suck, and the pacifier can meet those needs.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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5 Reasons Why Night Weaning of a Sleep Trained Baby Isn’t Going Well

There comes a time in a Mom’s life when you are thinking… okay kiddo, I know you can put yourself to sleep without me, you are gaining weight steadily, and you’re getting up there in age……so why am I still feeding you in the middle of the night?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell