Wondering what TOG rating your baby’s sleeping bag should be? Confused about layers? Not sure what their room temperature should be? In this article, we’re sharing simple tips from Baby & Toddler Sleep Expert, Lauren Olson, to help your baby (and you) get a good night’s rest.
Understanding good sleep habits can help you and your tot have a good night’s rest. In this section you will find expert features on everything from sleep training methods and routines to guides on baby and toddler sleep habits.
Looking for a safe and non-toxic crib for your baby? In this guide we share eight crib safety tips as well as our favorite non-toxic crib brands and product picks!
For many parents, getting their baby to fall and stay asleep is one of the biggest hurdles they’ll face. With so much information flooding our newsfeeds on baby sleep, we asked Sleep Consultant, Steph Gouin, to weigh in on the infamous 4 Month Sleep Regression.
Sleep Coach, Mary Cantwell, shares 5 simple tips for managing sleep transitions during the spring forward for daylight savings
It doesn’t matter if it’s 3pm or 3am, chances are you’re reading this because you’re desperate to find ways to get your baby to go to and stay asleep! You’re in luck because Baby & Child Sleep Consultant, Steph Gouin is here to share the common mistakes (and how to avoid them!) parents make when trying to get their baby to sleep.
While babies seem to get a lot of positive press for their glowing, smooth and buttery soft skin, the reality can often be dryness, baby acne, milk rashes and eczema. Oh the joys of growing! In this guide, we share our tips and product picks to help your little one have a restful night’s sleep!
Find out how to adjust your child’s sleep schedule during Daylight Savings Time with this simple sleep guide.
Are you wondering where your baby should be sleeping and what they should be wearing to ensure safe sleep? Check out our guide to safe cribs & bedding from The Tot Sleep Expert, Lauren Olson.
Your bundle of joy is finally here, so you can say sayonara to sleep for a while (sorry!).
But before you nervously pore over 47 different baby sleep books in hopes of finding a magic formula, breathe deeply and take in these basic truths.
Your child will spend almost 4000 hours on their mattress each and every year until they graduate high school. In this article, we speak to Non-toxic Living Expert, Aida Garcia-Toledo about the harmful chemicals to avoid in mattresses and her top non-toxic mattress picks.