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Products with Purpose, Sleepsack
Mar28

Products with Purpose, Sleepsack

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http://grangevillegolf.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://grangevillegolf.com/about-grangeville-golf-club/ Have you ever wondered what a nurse, mom, and sleep consultant feels are true necessities when you have a baby? Or maybe you need help going through the over saturated market of baby items. I’m here, as a sleep consultant, with my experience as a mom and a nurse, to help you make educated decisions in the products you decide to buy and use. I’ll help you to sift through it all, and I’ll highlight some of my favorites, so that you...

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Spring Forward, Without a Flop
Mar08

Spring Forward, Without a Flop

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Spring Forward, Without a Flop. We had Holiday Break and the related upset to the flow that it took all Fall to formulate. We had back to school, aka, back to flu. We made it to Spring Break and Spring Forward, and thus, another wrench in the routine. But, with a little heads-up, we can hop ahead of the tots, and be ready to Spring Forward without a hitch in the repose program. Step by step: On March 10th put baby to bed at regular...

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Early to bed, for their health and yours!
Feb14

Early to bed, for their health and yours!

I don’t know about you, but to me, a lot of times, it feels like the most important skill a mom can possess, is the ability to wing it, perpetually. It’s a mindset that prevails when I have no spare pants, but there’s a puddle at my son’s feet. Again. It saves me daily, but nightly, my go-to is tried and true. In a word, it’s Routine. As crazy as the days will always be, a bedtime formula for my kids that starts early and ends on time...

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Daylight Savings Time Tips
Oct26

Daylight Savings Time Tips

Daylight Savings Time Tips Woo-hoo! I love Fall Back! It’s so much better that Spring Forward! But not with babies. It’s a cruel game that they play with us. We’ve got the usual shenanigans under control with our stellar sleep schedule, but they stick it to us by denying us our coveted extra hour, because let’s face it, there is no real hope that your baby will turn his clock back and just snooze for an extra hour Sunday morning....

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First Two Weeks Home
Oct12

First Two Weeks Home

He was all yours for the whole pregnancy. You couldn’t wait to feel him in your arms instead of in your belly, but at the same time, maybe you weren’t quite ready to share. Maybe you’re not sure how to protect him now that he’s here. Newborns smell like heaven and they represent the very best in life. But they’re slippery, and mysterious. Here are some tips to get you started. The first two weeks are a time to begin routines that will...

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New Pump Cleaning Guidelines
Aug30

New Pump Cleaning Guidelines

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Back to School Sleep Tips
Aug17

Back to School Sleep Tips

Back to School Sleep Tips The beauty of Summer is the bane of Summer. We all take a break from the rigors of life and just do what feels right for a spell. Hopefully we found time to roll in the grass and run through the sprinklers this season, even if some (okay most) of those nights might have stretched a little bit late (okay, a lot late) for the kids. No worries! We can get it all back on track before school starts. *Start the...

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What every parent should know about flat head syndrome (plagiocephaly)
Apr26

What every parent should know about flat head syndrome (plagiocephaly)

WHAT EVERY NEW PARENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FLAT HEAD SYNDROME (PLAGIOCEPHALY) Newborns do not come with instructions. As a new parent, you have probably realized this and have tediously searched out hundreds of resources to make this new chapter in your life as easy as possible. Fortunately, the options are endless and you will, at some point, find the answers to each and every question you have. You may not even know about flat head...

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Pacifier Q & A
Feb10

Pacifier Q & A

1) When should I introduce a pacifier to my newborn? When breastfeeding is thriving, milk supply is fine, and baby is gaining weight well, it is appropriate to offer your baby a pacifier.  Babies need to suck and it is fitting to offer the paci as a soothing technique between feeds. 2) Is there a pacifier I recommend? There is not a perfect paci I recommend.  The pacifier falling right back out when offered to the baby is a common...

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Start School Well Rested
Aug30

Start School Well Rested

Start School Well Rested Now that the school year is fast approaching, it’s very important to get back into routine. I am guilty of it too, and long summer days can mean later bedtimes and sleeping in (if you’re lucky). Here are some tips to bring back your child’s normal bedtime and sleep routine: Be prepared Start implementing an earlier bedtime a week or so before school starts. As children get older, change takes a little more...

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