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HOW TO GET MY KID TO POOP (natural home remedies to avoid constipation in toddlers)

By slumberandbloom / October 23, 2020 /

Today we are going to talk about natural home remedies to avoid constipation in toddlers. If you have embarked on potty training, you may have run into an issue with POOP. Truth be told, a lot of toddlers struggle with the concept of poop, but the LAST thing we want to happen is CONSTIPATION. Constipation…

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Potty Training Your Toddler (Knowing when to call the Doctor)

By slumberandbloom / October 19, 2020 /

When you’re potty training your toddler, there can and will be bumps in the road. It’s important to know when those bumps are natural and when you may or may not need a Doctor to intervene to help your child go to the bathroom seamlessly.

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When will my baby sleep through the night? Tips to help your baby learn to love sleep

By slumberandbloom / July 27, 2020 /

Most parents want to know WHEN their baby will sleep through the night. There is no magic potion, no magic 8 ball, no special age or weight. The truth is, there are many things that contribute to your baby’s ability to sleep through the night. Let’s talk about them! What does it mean to sleep…

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Potty Training Hacks: Helpful tips for potty training on-the-go

By slumberandbloom / June 28, 2020 /

Once kids and parents get the hang of potty training, it’s time to take the potty training journey on-the-go! Going to the bathroom in public places is a whole new experience for toddlers and they need to learn all of the ways of going to the bathroom in public. I’m sharing some of my potty…

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Sleep Training & Breastfeeding: What you need to know about night weaning

By slumberandbloom / June 28, 2020 /

Many parents think that if they’re exclusively breastfeeding their baby that they can’t sleep train. That’s simply not true. If your child is waking up every 45 minutes-1 hour and needs to be nursed back to sleep, chances are, your child has a nurse-to-sleep association and s/he can’t fall asleep without it. This does not…

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How to Get My Toddler to Sleep: Toddler Sleep Training Methods

By slumberandbloom / June 5, 2020 /

It can be hard to convince a persistent toddler to get in bed AND STAY IN BED. Strategies such as using visual bedtime routine cards and reward systems will help your toddler at bedtime. Here are some tips to help your child’s bedtime go smoothly: Allow your child to make as many choices as possible…

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Potty Training Must-Have Items: Favorite Potty Training Products

By slumberandbloom / May 29, 2020 /

Many parents want to know exactly what supplies and equipment they need when they’re jumping into potty training with their toddlers. It’s important to involve your child in the preparation process before potty training. I went to Target to show you exactly what they have in stores so you can plan your trip ahead of…

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How long will sleep training take? What to expect when sleep training your baby

By slumberandbloom / May 22, 2020 /

Before parents jump into sleep training their baby, they tend to have many many questions. One of the most commonly asked questions is, “how long will it take to sleep train my baby?” Depending on the method we use in your sleep plan, it will take a different amount of time. If we are using…

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How to sleep train your baby: 6- 24 months old sleep training methods

By slumberandbloom / May 15, 2020 /

Rocking your baby to sleep was probably no big deal for the first few months. But now you’re probably exhausted beyond belief. You just want your sleep back so you can function. It’s hard to accomplish your goals and get dinner on the table when you’re holding your baby for sleep all day during naptime…

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When sleep training fails… and how to fix it

By slumberandbloom / May 10, 2020 /

“We already tried everything, and nothing worked for my baby. She just doesn’t like sleep.” Then I ask a series of questions and figure out exactly what happened and WHY sleep training may have failed. The truth is- SLEEP TRAINING DOES WORK. It takes time, consistency, and commitment to make it work. There are MANY…

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