On his back to sleep is the way to go when laying you baby down to asleep! Read more at HealthyChildren.org Based on an evaluation of current sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) data, the American Aca... Continue Reading..
Advice on How to Wake a Sleeping Baby Now is as good a time as any to discuss briefly the age-old adage “never wake a sleeping baby. ”Many expectant parents take this advice to heart and prepare t... Continue Reading..
Cribs for Twins When getting cribs for twins, may parents wonder…should they get 2 cribs, 2 bedrooms or should they share a crib? If your twins share a bedroom, are they still sharing a crib? In... Continue Reading..
Tummy Time is Playtime! If your baby doesn’t tolerate tummy time—and even if she does, you are encouraged to try the following activities: Read more at HealthyChildren.org Activity #1: Tummy to Tu... Continue Reading..
Safe Sleep Read more at HealthyChildren.org In this episode, Little Laura shows parents how to create a safe sleep environment and goes through the top ways to get a baby to go to sleep. As always, yo... Continue Reading..
Is Sweating During Sleep Normal For a Baby? Sweating during sleep for babies is normal. But how much sweat is too much? Many parents are concerned when they see their baby drenched in sweat and start... Continue Reading..
Safe Sleep for Baby Safe sleep for baby starts with keeping in mind that the best place is one that is sturdy and safe. For safety’s sake, keep soft objects or loose bedding out of the crib. This ... Continue Reading..
Newborn Baby Sleep Patterns Newborn baby sleep patterns vary. “Sleeping like a baby” can mean different things to different people—usually depending on whether they’ve ever had or taken care o... Continue Reading..
Sleeping Through the Night Once your baby starts sleeping through the night, rest assured that he will not need to be awakened for feeding. Healthy, growing babies usually do not need to be awakened t... Continue Reading..
Baby Sleep Position: Why Back is Best Parents ask which baby sleep position is best and the answer is his/her back. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that healthy infants be placed on thei... Continue Reading..