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Sleeping Through the Night

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When Can My Baby Sleep Through The Night?

One of the hardest parts of being a parent is figuring out what we can expect from our children.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Will StartingSolids Help My Baby Sleep Through The Night?

Will solids help my baby sleep better? I have been asked this question many times in my Online Sleep Class So I decided to write on this in detail.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Dream Feeds: When, Why and How?

What is Dream Feed?A dreamfeed is when you pick your sleeping baby up and offer a breastfeed or bottle feed.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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The 3 Reasons Why Your Baby Won’t Sleep Through The Night

There are 3 reasons your baby won’t sleep through the night, and 2 of them you can influence.
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
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When Is the Best Time to Sleep Train My Baby?

Have you ever wondered if there is a best time to sleep train? I see many posts on chat boards about continuing to wait out bad sleep habits until this “sleep regression passes.” “Bring your baby into bed with you,” they say, “you’ll both get more sleep!”
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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4 month sleep regression: A Case Study

A reader contacted me with questions about her daughter’s 4 month sleep regression. This is her second child and she had been working on establishing good sleep habits from the very beginning
Dr. Sarah Mitchell
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Is your baby waking up “too” early?

Is your baby waking up too early for you? Other wise known as the “early wake up” or EWU. Its important to realize that most babies tend to wake up somewhere between 6:00 and 7:00 am due to their circadian rhythm and the sun. EWU really count as anything before 6 am.
Dr. Sarah Mitchell