Tag: Baby

The Happy Sleeper: The Science-Backed Guide to Helping Your Baby Get a Good Night’s Sleep-Newborn to School Age

Price: (as of – Details) “The Happy Sleeper makes happier parents by unleashing their child’s natural ability to sleep with a sensitive, structured approach based on the authors’ combined twenty years of clinical experience.”—Dr. Mehmet Oz “Clear a space on your bookshelf! You’ll be consulting this friendly, research-based guide to the blessings of sleep for

Newborn Baby Soothing Nursery Night Light Projector Cute Baboon Portable Baby Sleep Soother Sound Machine Baby Shower Gifts Electronic Infant Sleep Aids

Price: (as of – Details) Product Description 6 colors star and moon ceiling projection and glowing night light belly with dimmer control perfect as a nursery nightlight.Including 8 relaxing lullabies and sounds to relax the baby to the rhythms, so you can choose the perfect way to pacify your baby, to help baby sleep through

Bedtime Bulb; Natural Sleep Aid, Adult & Baby Light, Supports Healthy Sleep, Melatonin Production, Circadian Rhythms, Fights Insomnia. Low Blue LED Light Bulb with Natural Color

Price: (as of – Details) Product Description Sleep better. We respond physiologically to light through special photo receptors in our eyes. The natural daytime sun spectrum helps energize us, and the natural evening spectrum helps us produce the sleep-inducing chemical melatonin. The type of light commonly used in the home confuses these receptors, suppressing natural

On Becoming Baby Wise Book Review

I'm actually a little nervous about reviewing this book. This highly debated approach to parenting is typically either loved or hated. Baby Wise uses an eat-play-sleep cycle and parent directed feeding. Eat-play-sleep is simply have your child eat, have your child be stimulated for a time (length depending on age), and then have your child

How a Lovey Can Help Your Baby Sleep

Research shows that by using a lovey or comforter your baby is more likely to sleep through the night at an early age. Compared to babies without comforters, babies with comforters are more secure in times of change, stress or separation. Further research has even shown that loveys or comforters can be as effective as