Entries by WeeSleep HQ

BABY SLEEP + MODERN SELF CARE FOR MOM


*EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE* Indigo Baby Presents: Janey Reilly, WeeSleep's Founder + Well-Rested Mom will be sharing her secrets, tips and tricks for healthy baby sleep. This 30-minute workshop will leave parents feeling more knowledgeable and confident when it comes to their child's sleep. Janey will also speak on mom truths and making time for...

VIRTUAL BABY SLEEP SEMINAR


Tuesday February 18th, 2020 // 8-9pm EST // $20 CAD Does your baby or toddler wake up during the night? Is bedtime a struggle? Diana Martins, Certified Infant & Toddler Sleep Consultant with WeeSleep, will offer a virtual sleep seminar to answer all of your baby and toddler sleep questions! Diana will discuss the importance of sleep—how...

The Most Common Newborn Sleep Myths


New parents receive a lot of things. Of course, the most important is their new bundle of joy! But there are also the cards. The congratulations. The cute baby clothes. The nursery furniture. The list goes on and on…But new parents also receive something that they might never have imagined (or wanted)... unsolicited parenting...

Daylight Savings Sleep Tips


Spring Forward: Family Sleep Tips It’s that time of year! As we prepare for Sleep Awareness Week next week, we also have to prepare for Daylight Savings this weekend! In honour of the week dedicated to sleep (like every other week in the WeeSleep world!), WeeSleep Headquarters wanted to share some sleep tips for the whole family to help with...

Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Sleep Coach


Why would you hesitate to hire SLEEP COACH?  Here are 5 “no-brainer” reasons to make sleep a priority in hour home. Trust us. Save precious time and energy- researching, planning and education yourself on healthy sleep that works for YOUR family and YOUR child can take time.  Not to mention, it can be extremely overwhelming.  A sleep consultant will take that...

What does Sleep Training Mean?


Here is the “textbook definition” sleep train·ing the process of training young children to fall asleep on their own, typically by means of techniques in which the child is left to cry without being comforted, either for gradually increasing periods of time or until they fall asleep. noun "sleep training can be a source of contention among parents...