Baby and Family Sleep Resources

Sleeping With Your Baby

  By Peggy O’Mara Published in Mothering, Issue 141 One of the biggest crises of confidence that new mothers face has to do with sleep. Mothers feel responsible for their babies’ sleep. Others ask mothers if their babies are sleeping through the night, as

Parenting at Night

By Megan Leary     I was at an event supporting midwifery legislature when I saw the Le Leche League booth and made a beeline for it.  I have been pretty fortunate in that breast feeding has gone great from the start for my

Compassionate Connection

Compassionate Connection: Nonviolent Communication with Children  By Inbal Kashtan Issue 110 January/February 2002   When our baby was a week old, his grandfather expressed concern that my partner and I were holding him too much. Since then, Grandpa has worried about cosleeping and extended

Bed of Roses

By Stephanie Nakhleh Cosleeping was no fun at first. Instead of the nighttime bliss I’d been promised by attachment-parenting enthusiasts, my baby often acted like a nocturnal animal — prowling the sheets in the wee hours, howling for no clear reason. I felt cheated.

The Reluctant Co-Sleeper

  (Photo courtesy of http://katelyndemidow.blogspot.com/)   I am going to commit a huge natural parenting faux pas and admit something….   I kind of hate co-sleeping.   I don’t actually 100% hate it.  There are lots of beautiful things about sleeping with your kids.