Entries by WeeSleep HQ

Back to School, Back to Schedule


Top tips for getting healthy sleep back on track this September!  September is here! You’ve purchased the backpack, the school supplies, and the autumn wardrobe, and you’ve painstakingly navigated Pinterest for hundreds of great lunch plans and snack ideas. But, have you sorted out sleep? Weeks full of late-night barbeques and marshmallow roasts may mean your...

4-Month Sleep Regression – Is it a thing?


Many moms think they have sleep mastered and then BOOM, the 4-month mark hits and suddenly things go sideways! Naps start getting shorter, falling asleep becomes harder, and more frequent night wakes start happening…Your whole schedule and “plan” has gone off track! What is going on? It’s what industry experts and parents call the 4-month sleep...

Nine signs you need help with sleep


Is your baby up all day? All night? Is “napping” a word that left your vocabulary ages ago, and is “sleeping through the night” just a phrase you think someone made up to drive new parents crazy? Here are nine signs you need help with your little one’s sleep! Your definition of “sleeping in” is...

New Mom Nightmare


One of the most talked about topics among parents of newborns is definitely sleep. Understanding newborn sleep can be a complicated discussion. But it doesn’t have to be. Wee are here to give you the low down on sleep shaping and how to encourage strong sleep skills from the first night you bring baby...

Save the “Spring” in Your Step


Sunday March 11th....It is that time! Daylight Saving Time(DST). Is it time to “spring forward” or “fall back”? Every year I have to clear the brain and think the time change through. While one means an extra hour of sleep (enticing, I know!) and one equals an hour less (booooo!), both mean a disrupted sleep pattern...

Spring Forward and Sleep


Is it time to “spring forward” or “fall back”? Every year I have to clear the brain and think the time change through. While one means an extra hour of sleep (enticing, I know!) and one equals an hour less (booooo!), both mean a disrupted sleep pattern for the entire family. Who can get behind...