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The 8, 9 or 10 Month Sleep Regression: Signs and Tips on How to Survive it

The 8 month sleep regression, which often evolves into the 9 or 10 month sleep regression, is all about the massive physiological developmental changes your baby is experiencing at this time. At this age, most babies are learning to crawl or even stand, and they will have language explosions! And, because babies like to practice …

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6 Sleep Training Methods that ACTUALLY work (and that don’t involve Cry It Out!)

Yes, you read right. Sleep training methods that DO NOT involve Cry It Out! I had to put that on the title, and give some comfort to whoever is looking at sleep training their baby that cry it out (CIO) is not the only method. For some reason when new parents think of sleep training, …

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8 Best Baby Sleeping Bags for Winter (2.5 & 3.5 TOG)

Once babies start rolling around, it becomes very unsafe to leave them sleeping in a swaddle. And the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends keeping loose bedding out of the sleeping area for at least the first 12 months of your baby’s life. So sleeping bags become the best sleeping solution for your baby. To avoid your …

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10 Best Baby Sleeping Bags for Summer (0.5 & 1 TOG)

Once babies start rolling around, it becomes very unsafe to leave them sleeping in a swaddle. And the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends keeping loose bedding out of the sleeping area for at least the first 12 months of your baby’s life. So sleeping bags become the best sleeping solution for your baby. To avoid your …

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Reusable Diapers: a guide to Cloth and Swim Diapers

Reusable diapers are the alternative to disposable diapers, with the added bonus that they are environmentally friendly, so much cheaper and healthier than disposable. I have been using reusable diapers successfully with both my daughters for more than 3 years now and never looked back. It took some trial and error, particularly at the beginning, …

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