Category Archives: Nap

“Daylight Saving Time is my favorite time of year!” -no parent ever.

DO YOU DREAD DAYLIGHT SAVING?Daylight Saving is not easy without children. When you put kids in the mix, it’s a whole new ballgame. As a parent, you are not only responsible for adjusting to this new time, but your little ones might need some assistance as well. Thankfully, springing forward does give us more daylight […]

BABYWEARING

BENEFITS OF BABYWEARING Did you know that there are many benefits of babywearing? Several months ago, I took a Babywearing for Professionals class and the information that I learned was incredible. My first thought when I signed up was, “What in the world could we possibly learn about wearing a baby for 8 hours?” Well, […]

CREATING A PEACEFUL HOLIDAY FOR YOUR FAMILY

How are you feeling about the upcoming holidays? How is your stress level? Do you feel the added pressure as a new parent to do “all the things?” I just received my first Christmas card in the mail and it’s December 1st! I know some people who have gifts wrapped and their houses decorated the […]

Time to Fall Back

Daylight Saving Some of the most popular questions I get asked this time of year are: “How do I get my child to transition to the new time?” “How long will it take for my baby to adjust to the time change?” “Should I help my child adjust gradually? Should I just wait until the […]

HELP! IT’S DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

DO YOU DREAD DAYLIGHT SAVING?Springing forward gains us more daylight which I personally LOVE! Being able to stay outdoors longer is so good for the soul. It’s also a great way to get the extra energy out of your little ones. Anything that disrupts the normal day/night (Circadian) rhythm can lead to sudden sleep problems… […]

Daylight Saving…Time to fall back

I know some of you dread this time of year each year. I know I do! I don’t like it when it gets darker earlier. It makes me feel lazy and as the weather starts to get “colder” in Southern California, I just want to be inside when it gets dark. Sometimes it is hard […]