Co-Sleeping To Crib Mini Course DAY 4

How have you progressed in this Co-sleeping to Crib period? Some mothers find themselves struggling with baby sleeping through the night. There little one wakes often and momma is TIRED!

If you find yourself in this situation, there are several elements that may be affecting your little ones slumber. Today we will address a few common issues regarding your baby’s sleeping comfort and how to remedy them.

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Co-Sleeping to Crib Mini Course DAY 3

Before we get into the details, you may wonder when is the best time to transition. If you have not already, be sure to read my Co-Sleeping to Crib article that highlights the best opportune times to transition from co-sleeping to crib based on your child’s developmental milestones.

How to Transition from Co-Sleeping to Crib easily

READ THE ARTICLE » HERE «

For this part of the mini course, we are going to get into the details regarding this big transition and address the night as it might unfold.

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Co-Sleeping To Crib Mini Course DAY 2

Do you or someone you know, have trouble sleeping in hotels. It’s a foreign place. It’s not your bed. It’s not even your house. Well, this is how baby feels about their new crib. That big crib is a new place they are not used to. Imagine waking in a large box in a new place for the first time. You may find yourself shouting, “I’m Lost!!!” then proceed to shout until someone finds you.

Cover image courtesy of Eternal Fine Design Photography

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Identifying Baby Skin Rash and Baby Skin Care

identifying baby skin rash and baby skin care

Your baby’s sweet and soft rolls feel so good in your arms.  Alright, not all babies have rolls.  However, those chunky monkey’s are super adorable.  (Ahem, yeah… my youngest is a total squish)  That soft, sweet skin is easy to love.  However, your baby’s skin is also very delicate and when a sudden blemish appears, it may come as a shock or scare.  Here is what to expect when identifying baby skin rash and baby skin care.

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Ways to Soothe your Sick Infant

Ways you can soothe your sick infant

No parent wants to see their child unwell.  It’s especially difficult to endure when you are tending to a sick baby.  It may feel as though you have so little in your arsenal of sick baby relief.  In most cases, an infant or baby younger than 12 months is not to be given any medication rather than baby Tylenol or Ibuprofen.  This can be frustrating when you are seeking ways to soothe your sick infant.

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Nurses Reveal the Secret to the Best Newborn Photo

Nurses Reveal the Secret to the Best Newborn Photo

Its time to summon your inner Ansel Adams.  Grab your camera and get ready for baby’s first day!  That first photo of your baby is one to cherish forever.  There is a vast array of new baby photos.  Some present baby crying, few show baby calm and comfortable and others eyes wide open staring into their mothers eyes for the first time.  Now, how would you like to have a shot of that last one?  Imagine a touching image of your baby gazing upon your face for the first time.  Well after some digging, Nurses Reveal the Secret to the BEST Newborn Photo.

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Modern DIY Baby Changing Station

Modern DIY Baby Changing Table Station

Baby is on the way and I’m sure your wish list is jam packed with all the essentials.  One item that tends to be on the pricey side is a baby changing table station.  Rather than adopt a new bulky piece of furniture that will only be used for a short period of time, create your own Modern DIY Baby Changing  Station using furniture you already have or can be used in the future.

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Must Have Items for Your Diaper Bag

Must Have Items For Your Diaper Bag

 

We all do it.  Especially when its your first child.  You find yourself stuffing the diaper bag with the entire nursery hoping you don’t forget anything.  As time passes, you narrow down what you really need in that overflowing satchel of baby gear and what you can do without.  For this list I wanted to share a few items that may prove to be useful in your diaper bag.  These are my Must Have Items for Your Diaper Bag.

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How to Transition from Co-sleeping to Crib

How to Transition from Co-Sleeping to Crib easily

Those sweet chubby cheeks, precious little nose and wait, you have exactly 3.5 inches of room left on your side of the bed before you topple onto the floor.  Co-sleeping with baby is a custom several mothers use to make for easy nighttime feeding and ensure parents get the most slumber as possible.  Whether you decide to co-sleep a few months or a year, the transition from slumber with mom to baby’s own bed can present a challenge.  Let’s discuss How to Transition from Co-sleeping to Crib.

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