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  1. Life With a Baby
    Hi everyone, I had to post this link because it has been really saving my husband and I. Our little one has been colicky and she seems to love white noise. I looked online for a 12 hour white noise I could use throughout the night and this was the longest one I could find: It actually worked...
  2. Life With a Baby
    Seeing your baby cry is perhaps the most heartbreaking moment of all. You don't want him to cry. You want him happy. And of course, you want him healthy. But for all that to happen, he needs to sleep properly. It would be nice if your child could learn how to sleep without any crying or...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Dear Sleepless Mother, Did you know there's 1 simple trick which puts your baby to sleep in as little as 6 minutes - each and every night? Yes, you read that right - it can literally send your little one to dreamland - effortlessly and without tears THIS baby sleep "miracle" was discovered by...
  4. Judy Arnall
    Your baby has been crying for hours in the middle of the night. Nothing will calm her. Finally, she settles in your arms but awakens and screams the minute you set her in her crib. Out of exhaustion, you take her into bed with you and both you and baby snuggle in for a cozy sleep. Except for...
  5. Baby
    When your baby comes out of the womb they are entering a world that is big, wide, and scary. Swaddling is often used for newborns but after your baby is rolling over, swaddles are no longer safe. Baby sleep sacks are a great way to transition out of the swaddle. What is the Difference Between a...
  6. Baby
    Your baby has just entered a brand new world where everything is different. The light is brighter. The sounds are louder. The world around them is colder and much wider. This can be difficult for some babies to process, and that's why parents try to find ways to mimic their environment in the...
  7. Life With a Baby
    Co-sleeping is the practice where the child sleeps in bed with his parents. Not surprisingly, it is one of the most hotly debated and controversial topics related to pediatric sleep. Let’s see why. Some people argue that co-sleeping is the right and natural way to raise a child because the...
  8. New Member Introductions
    WINNING AT SLEEP ROULETTE - 6 SCIENCE-BACKED BABY SLEEP STRATEGIES Everything about baby sleep can seem frighteningly high-stakes at 3 A.M. in the morning. Make one tiny mistake in his or her training and your child's development will be seriously affected: he'll either end up waking in the...
  9. Baby
    New research from Michigan State University suggests that babies' sleep at night may be related to their activity levels during the day. Researchers from Michigan State University have released a study that suggests that babies who are more active during the day may sleep better at nights...
  10. Baby
    A new study confirms what many of us already know--most babies don't sleep through the night their first year, and that's completely normal. Canadian researchers published a report in the journal Pediatrics that confirmed what many of us already know--babies 'sleeping through the night,' is not...
  11. February 2015 Due Date Club
    I am still sick as a dog and just trying to take my mind off how crappy I feel...so I'm looking at baby stuff. In the past I have had terrible sleepers no matter if we co-sleep, crib sleep, Arm's Reach co-sleeper, baby wear, play pen bassinet, motorized swing, motorized bouncer...no matter...
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