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Where to Start? I think I am going to do this blog in categories.
Post op visit:
It went well. He was all healed and no more need for pain meds. He was also taken off the every 4 hour treatments and now we will only use then as needed. The fear is if we do them to often and he has a real attack the meds won't work for him. Only advice ENT could give me was wait and see what the sleep study says, before changing anything.
These tips can bring improvement not only in your child's sleep, but also in her daytime mood and last, but not least -- improvements in your own sleep and outlook as well.
After a newborn period of all-day napping, babies eventually settle into a regular two-nap-a-day routine. Sometime between the ages of 12 months and 24 months most toddler switch to one nap. How does your little signal readiness for just one nap?
Getting a baby to go to sleep and stay asleep is one of the most challenging aspects of parenting. Don't let these myths keep your child awake.
Are you interested in learning more about prenatal yoga and its benefits?
If so, global yoga specialist, Jiivana has just launched its renowned prenatal yoga DVD, Bliss From Within, in the UK today. The DVD has been endorsed by The National Association of Childbirth Educators and is seen to be the most comprehensive prenatal Yoga DVD on the market.
Most parents know the basic "5 B's" of bedtime routines: bath, brush teeth, bathroom, books, and bed. Our family, however, has invented many other fun (but not too physical) games that we've added to these basics. Because we frequently make bedtime fun, our children don't resist bedtime. Here are just a few games we've made up:
BUT! These moments of quiet tranquility could end at any given moment, so I'm going to savor them. I'm going to use nap time for what I believe God intended nap time to be. ME TIME. I need my quiet time - my time to sit back, relax and do something for myself.
My year-old child has begun to climb out of the crib at night. How do I keep her safe? Start by thinking about her environment in larger and larger circles, from the crib to the door. First, the crib.