https://raisedgood.com/sleep-through-night-self-soothing-good-babies-stop-setting-mothers-to-fail/ “Is he sleeping through the night?” asks a stranger. “She’s too clingy. You really need to stop picking her up.” says a friend. “Is she a good baby?” asks a woman at the park. “He should be self-soothing by now. Consolidated sleep is critical for healthy brain development.” proclaims a sleep trainer. “You’re creatingContinue reading “SLEEPING THROUGH THE NIGHT, SELF SOOTHING AND ‘GOOD’ BABIES: WHY WE NEED TO STOP SETTING MOTHERS UP TO FAIL”
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Why Listening to Other Parents On Your Child’s Sleep is Often A Complete Waste of Your Time
http://evolutionaryparenting.com/listening-to-other-parents/ Parents today have often been bombarded by other parents telling them the things they need to do to improve their child’s sleep. Often these things are based on cultural norms which inform on things like sleeping location, sleep training, feeding surrounding sleep, and so on. Many families end up worried they are doing somethingContinue reading “Why Listening to Other Parents On Your Child’s Sleep is Often A Complete Waste of Your Time”
Should the AAP Sleep Alone?
Should the AAP Sleep Alone? Some public health messages everyone can agree with: Never drink and drive. Always put your infant in a car seat. Other public health messages seem to ask us to do the impossible: Teenagers must never have sex. Mothers must never share a bed with their infants. Advice around the U.S.Continue reading “Should the AAP Sleep Alone?”
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