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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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To Cry it Out or Not

Parents have big feelings about sleep training, especially cry-it-out and almost everyone’s opinion is correct! No, we shouldn’t leave babies alone to cry-it-out. But also yes, we’re helping babies by teaching them to independently self-soothe. And it’s important for families to be rested and healthy. So we asked the team at The Baby Sleep Site® […]

Top 3 Infant Sleep Myths

We hear them at playgroups and baby showers, see them on message boards and read them on medicine bottles.  Parental Urban Legends add more confusion to new parents’ already overloaded brains and with no basis in fact, they persist like Mikey and Pop Rocks.  Here are our Top 3 Infant Sleep Myths and solutions that […]

The Four Month Sleep Regression Explained

Registered Nurse Pam Jones has been helping new babies and parents since 2009. We collaborated with Pam on The Four Month Sleep Regression Explained, to help parents and nannies understand how to help baby sleep peacefully during and after this milestone. In order to understand what’s happening to your baby during this stage, we first […]

Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies

Yes, it’s just an hour. But when that particular hour occurs at 4am, parents might want to figure out a way to help their babies sleep a little longer! This post, Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies contains step by step advice to make the sleep transition a little easier for the whole family. Whether […]