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Holiday Sleep Tips!

Ho!Ho!Ho! It’s time to celebrate and enjoy the holidays with good friends and family. As a parent, it’s sometimes hard to honour your children’s sleep needs and still enjoy all that the season has to offer. Here are some ideas, suggestions and information for you to consider. 1) Sleep is actually a BASIC need. Would you

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Transitioning from Two Naps to One!

It can sometimes be difficult to tell if your child is ready to make the switch from two naps a day to one.  All too often a parent will switch to one nap a day in hopes that this will improve the situation at night.  If you are a past client of mine, you will

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Save your $$ – What NOT to buy this Holiday Season!

Over 561,000 views when I watched this you tube video the other day and my heart sank. This is a great example of the power of marketing. It is a compelling commercial playing into our fears as parents and grandparents that children are scared of the dark. Dream Lites – Pillow Pets Who wouldn’t want

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Getting the help you need

We seek out professional advice when planning for our retirement years, we see a dietician when we have nutritional concerns – I am here as your qualified and experienced Pediatric Sleep Consultant to guide you through the process of teaching your child/ren the beautiful skill of sleep! Check out my recent broadcast on Shaw TV’s

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Early Wakings!

Are you struggling with 5am or 6am wakings?  Are you praying for that elusive 7am? It CAN happen! 1) If it is once or twice a week – continue what you have been doing. Ignore him/her if she is playing in the crib. We simply don’t want to encourage your little one to get up

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Creating Quiet Time!

  Creating a Quiet Time Period for your Pre-Schooler and you: Step 1: Take Out a very large white piece of paper and at the top write: Mommy, Suzy and Little Johnny. Draw, write and colour all the great things you do together. Have Suzy draw and colour as much as possible. When finished, ask

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