Nurturing Immune HealthThe Power of Quality Sleep

Nurturing Immune Health

As loving parents and caregivers, nothing matters more than the health and well-being of our little ones. We strive to provide them with the best possible care, from nutritious meals to plenty of playtime. However, there’s one crucial aspect of their health that often gets overlooked but plays a significant role in their overall well-being: […]

Posted: 5 April 2024

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Fun Fall Activities

Are you ready for a game-changing tip to ensure your kids get a good night’s sleep? Buckle up because here it comes: tire those little dynamos out! Yep, you heard it right—plenty of physical activity and stimulating experiences can be the secret sauce to help your kids wind down for bedtime. As the fall season […]

Posted: 22 November 2023

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Give Your Kindergartener a Boost This School Year

So, we’re about a month in to the 2022/2023 school year. Let’s do a pulse check. How’s everybody doing? Have you made it through their first cold or flu? Is it a bit easier to get everyone out the door in the morning? Have drop offs gone smoother? We hope so! If you sent your […]

Posted: 12 October 2022

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4 Elements of a Safe Sleep Space

If you’re anything like us, you started planning nursey décor as soon as those two pink lines appeared on the pregnancy test. It’s so easy to get caught up in choosing the perfect shade of paint, cute wall décor and a fabulous light fixture that we don’t always focus on creating a SAFE place for […]

Posted: 1 September 2022

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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 […]

Posted: 6 March 2019

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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.  […]

Posted: 27 February 2019

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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 […]

Posted: 31 January 2019

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Daylight Savings + Baby Sleep

Ahhh…the sweet sound of calm and quiet in the morning. Your wee one is finally on a solid schedule – rising about the same time every day – and sleeping strong! What could possibly wreak havoc on this rock-solid routine? Well other than teething and sickness (which we obviously cannot predict!) there’s the pesky problem […]

Posted: 30 October 2018

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No Shame for An Early Bedtime

“When does your four-year-old go to bed?” This question recently popped up in my newsfeed from a mom belonging to a mutual Facebook group. A simple question, you’d think; but, instead, it incited a barrage of opinions and shaming between parents about the apparently-controversial “early bedtime.” While some moms responded that their pre-schoolers go to […]

Posted: 11 September 2018

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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 […]

Posted: 28 August 2018

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Five steps to making your toddler a bedtime rockstar!

From bedtime battles to easy evenings: Five steps to making your toddler a bedtime rockstar! Resistance to bedtime is common for toddlers, especially between the ages of 3-4, when they are often going through big developmental changes, and learning how to exert independence and opinions.  Believe it or not, it IS entirely possible to make […]

Posted: 11 July 2018

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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 […]

Posted: 5 June 2018

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What’s holding you back from getting healthy sleep for your whole family?

I recently had a great conversation with a mom about attachment parenting; about how her views on attachment parenting – what it means, and how to embrace it – changed dramatically between the time she learned she was pregnant and the time her baby was 10 months old. She said something that I initially found […]

Posted: 1 June 2018

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The secret to raising kids who like bedtime

At any other time of day, notions like reading, cuddling with a favourite stuffy, and snuggling with mom and dad, are likely high on your child’s list of Top 10 Most Fantastic Things to Do. But, attach any of these ideas to the dreaded “B” word, and you’ve just entered a whole other realm of […]

Posted: 16 May 2018

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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 […]

Posted: 1 May 2018

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