How can I be an attachment parent and a sleep coach? I get asked this a lot: if I sleep coach my child does that affect my bond? OR I am an attachment parent so sleep coaching isn't for me. All the families I have helped can truly say their bond is even stronger after sleep coaching. WHY and HOW? Because, all of these families including myself are attachment parents and they also sleep coached! There is a misconception out there about sleep coaching and what truly is an attachment parent, so I wanted to take the time to explain the two and how they work hand in hand.
The transition of summer to fall not only means colorful leaves, cooler temperatures and pumpkin spice everything, it also means it’s time to start stepping up your baby’s Sleep Bag thickness. Your baby has probably been sleeping peacefully in a Kyte Baby Footie or a .5 TOG Sleep Bag during the warm summer nights, but as the air cools down, you should have 1.0 and 2.5 TOG Sleep Bags on your mind.
Our breasts go through substantial change during and after our pregnancy. They increase dramatically in size over a short period of time as they prepare to produce milk to feed our children.Larger breasts mean heavier breasts and during this time it is more important than ever to maintain good breast health. Supporting your breasts during and after pregnancy is important for your comfort and for maintaining good breast health.
It’s never too late! It’s been 6 months. Or 12. Or maybe even 48 long, sleepless months. But somewhere along the way, you gave up and decided your child is one who simply “does not like to sleep.” If you’ll pardon the cliché, mama, it is never too late. And, while some babies’ sleep challenges go beyond simple solutions, others can become beautiful little sleepers with just a few adjustments to things as unassuming your little monkey’s daytime schedule and his nursery room environment. Here are WeeSleep’s top tips for improving your baby’s sleep in the next 24 hours!