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SNOO for Babies: Is it worth it? Pros and Cons

If you are looking for the SNOO review from a baby sleep expert then find out if it is important and 3 Reasons You Don’t Need A SNOO.
Oct 5, 2020
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Acid Reflux & Baby Sleep: Help your Baby with Reflux Sleep Better [Complete Guide]

If you are struggling with your baby sleep due to reflux then this post will help you better understand reflux and what to do to help your baby sleep better
Jun 27, 2020
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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5 Signs Your Baby is Overtired

Is your baby fussy? Could be that she is overtired, and become less fussy quickly with some simple sleep tips.
Oct 24, 2019
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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The 4 Month Sleep Regression: Signs, Reasons [SOLUTION]

The 4 Month Sleep Regression has signs and symptoms that are real and wreaking havoc on happy homes all over the country and causing babies to wake up more frequently at night.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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How to Help Your Baby Sleep in a Hotel Room

On my exit calls with clients, the number 1 asked question is “How to Get Baby to While Traveling"?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Should I Wake My Baby to Preserve a Schedule?

Your child is sleeping so soundly! Maybe too soundly?? Anxiety starts to kick in, should you wake your baby if she’s sleeping too long? Should I wake my baby to preserve a schedule?
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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5 Travel Tips to Help Your Kids Adjust to Hawaii Time Change

Here are some tips to help you and your kids adjust to time change because of traveling to a different time zone like Hawaii. I’ve traveled to Hawaii from California with kids multiple times at different ages and here is what I say
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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8 Ways The Sensory System Affects Your Child's Sleep - Guest Post with Dr. Kathryn Wise, OTD

Sleep is a wonderful thing….when you can get it. As new parents and more experienced parents, our job is to make sure we create the most welcoming environment for our child’s 8 senses. We actually have 8 senses! Do not worry if you can only name 5.
Dr. Kathryn Wise