You may have been told to avoid letting your baby fall asleep while breastfeeding, but it seems to be working out well for you both. We talk to experts as well as moms to find out if it really is a big parenting no-no.Read Full Story
Sleep deprivation is slowly killing you. You may want to punch the next parent who says, “This will pass.” But there are more parents experiencing sleepless nights just like yours than you realize. Real moms share their baby sleep nightmares here -- sometimes all it takes to feel better about your situation is to know you’re not alone!Read Full Story
Singing your baby to sleep with lullabies is like second nature to most parents, but what are you to do when you don't know the words to songs that will send your sweet pea to dreamland? Before you make up another lyric, learn the words to the seven top lullabies.Read Full Story
In case you needed another reason to breastfeed, studies show that breastfeeding mothers -- and their partners -- get an average of 40-45 minutes more of sleep per night compared to parents who supplement with formula. If you are a breastfeeding mom who is still feeling sleep-deprived, here are some tips to make breastfeeding at night a breeze.Read Full Story
When we are at our wit's end we might try anything to get a good night's sleep, hoping our babies will too -- even if it means trying something we don't necessary believe in. Writer Brette McWhorter Sember shares her experience using the Ferber Method to get her baby to sleep.Read Full Story
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