Tag: sleep

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Ever wonder how many hours of sleep your child needs? Sleep habits are different in each family – based on the parents work hours and general habits of waking early or waking late. My personal experience has been that in the US my daughter’s bed time would be around 8 to 8:30 pm. On vacations…

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I always knew people around me were hoping I would have a baby boy. The hints were sometimes subtle and sometimes not too much, but they were there all around. So it was no surprise that the entire household was super happy when I did have a baby boy. I remember distinctly my uncle/doctor commenting…

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Tharani has been kind enough to review the Cuddly Coo Baby Hammock for us.  In the first few weeks after our son was born, we loved holding him and rocking him to sleep. We just have to put him on our shoulders and rock him, he would go to sleep in five minutes but then…

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In this home, there exist two separate distinct worlds. Ours and Hers. Ours? Well, all of you are part of this one, so it doesn’t need an introduction. It is a world filled with To Do lists, calenders, clocks, dead lines and what nots. Time never seems to take a rest here. She is always…

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Amongst first time parents, I think the topic of baby sleep is an obsession. To put this in perspective, there are only 14,326 paperbacks that tackle the issue of poverty.  There are only 9,990 paperbacks on the topic of racism.  And yet, here we have nearly the same number of books on child sleep as…

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My son slept exceptionally well for the first 4 months. I moved him to his crib in his room, which he shared with his nanny when he was 3 months. Then the 4-month sleep regression struck and he woke up more often. Then on the 4th of June he turned 8 months and his first teeth…