Expectant parents get plenty of warnings about sleep deprivation. "Get your rest while you can," you're told. But you're not worried — it's charming to picture yourself sacrificing some sleep to lovingly tend to your new baby.Read Full Story
After a month beside my preemie in the NICU, I’d heard enough horror stories from nurses to second-guess any notion of co-sleeping. Stern warnings from my dad, a police officer for 40 years, sealed the deal for me. Then I had to convince my husband.Read Full Story
Ever wish, as you were rocking your baby to sleep, that you had Nick Lachey right there with you to sing a soothing lullaby? Yeah, us too. Make these celebrities with lullaby albums part of your baby's bedtime routine — we promise we won't tell anyone that you use them to help you fall asleep too!Read Full Story
Sharing your bed with your child is known as bed sharing or co-sleeping — the baby or toddler sleeps on the same surface as his parent or parents. Bed sharing is often frowned upon by western society and is sometimes recommended against by professionals and individuals, particularly in light of SIDS awareness. Done properly, co-sleeping is actually quite safe and extremely beneficial for the baby and the rest of the family. Read on to find out more!Read Full Story
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