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Should toddlers pick their bedtime?

I’m a firm believer in an earlier bedtime. From my sleep consulting experience, the most common mistakes parents make, is putting their infant or toddler to sleep too late.
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
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Baby Bedtime Routine 5 – 10 minutes

Infant Bedtime Routine 5 – 10 minutes. If you can methodically do these tasks in the same order, that helps. This infant bedtime routine should take no more than 5 minutes. Babies love consistency and predictability.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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18 Month Old Baby Sleep Schedule [Sample Schedule Included]

In this article, I discuss an 18 month old baby sleep sample schedule and also listed the signs about when your baby is ready to drop down from 2-1 nap.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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9 Month Old Baby Sample Schedule

Sample Schedule for 9 Month Old Baby. In this article, I talk about 9 month old baby sleep routine and also provided the sample schedule.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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12 and 13 Month Old Baby Sleep Schedule

In this article, I talk about an 11 and 12 month old sleep schedule and also added a sample schedule.
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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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