Breastfeeding 101: Good Latch Checklist

Correctly positioning your baby is a huge part of breastfeeding success—a good latch should be pain-free for you, and will help make sure your baby is getting milk as easily as possible for them (if your baby is struggling to drink, they can waste the valuable calories your body is working so hard to [...]


What to Know If You’re Worried About The FDA’s Letter to Owlet

By Carolynne J. Harvey – Baby Sleep Expert, Author & Founder of Dream Baby Sleep® If you’re expecting and have an Owlet Sock on your baby registry or you currently own an Owlet Sock you may have heard that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning letter to the company advising them [...]


Safe Sleep for Babies

As a designated safe sleep guardian, Dream Baby Sleep® wants to ensure all parents have access to the information they need to make the safest sleep decisions for their little ones. Our Safe Sleep Checklist is your guide to ensure that your baby’s designated sleeping space is safe.  Until their first birthday, babies should sleep [...]


Spring forward: How to adjust your baby’s sleep schedule

You know you’re a parent when you start thinking (or worrying) about how daylight-saving time (DST) on Sunday, March 8, 2020 is going to interfere with your baby or toddler’s sleep. Fear not! With a solid plan, you can sail through DST with minimal disruption to your child’s sleep. Daylight Savings Time Starts on Sunday, [...]


5 Newborn Sleep Tips for Exhausted New Parents

Your baby will learn a lot from you over the years. Perhaps the first and most important skill you’ll teach your baby is how to sleep. Does your newborn only want to sleep in your arms?  If yes, don't panic it's very common.  Fact is, sleep isn’t an innate skill—it must be learned. And while [...]


Follow these 5 Sleep Rules to Survive Holiday Travel with your Baby

Whether you’re traveling with a snuggly 5-month-old or a spunky 3-year-old, there’s a good chance that amidst the packing and planning, your child’s sleep is on your mind. Rest easy: Carolynne J. Harvey, Baby Sleep Expert and the Founder of Dream Baby Sleep®, shares five tips that can help your little ones sleep more soundly [...]


Nap Transition – Signs Your Baby is Ready for 2 Naps

Nap transition is an important part of your baby's growth process. While 3 naps are essential in the beginning, as your baby grows and develops, the 3rd nap becomes less and less important. Eventually, there is no need for it at all. The question, however, becomes how do parents know when it's time for that [...]


6 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Guest blog by: Lisa Abramson best-selling author of  The Wise Mama Guide to Maternity Leave: Avoid Burnout, “Bad Mom Syndrome,” and Other Common Pitfalls of Motherhood The Wise Mama Guide to Maternity Leave: Avoid Burnout, "Bad Mom Syndrome," and Other Common Pitfalls of Motherhood Being a mom is hard. Being sleep deprived is extremely hard. [...]


Is Sleep Training Your Toddler Possible?

Dream Baby Sleep® Founder Carolynne Harvey answers frequently asked questions about toddlers. Read below. Sleep training your toddler cans sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Between their newfound independent streak and their extra mobility, the struggle to develop a sleep scheduled and maintain it can be daunting, to say the [...]


Bedtime Battles With Your 14 – 19 Month Old

Dream Baby Sleep® Founder Carolynne Harvey answers frequently asked questions about 14-19 month olds. Read below. Bedtime battles can become a real problem as our children get older if we don't approach their sleep correctly. As they get older, our children become more and more interested in the world around them, [...]

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