We love co-sleeping and bed-sharing, but many parents worry about how adding a new baby will change the sleeping arrangements.
Rebecca Michi is a sleep consultant who practices gentle techniques to support families searching for answers about their baby’s sleep.
Listen in for some more tips and information about what to do when night time comes around
and you just want to hold on to whatever sanity you have left.
Attachment parenting means that you are responding to your baby’s needs based on their developmental stage.
Bed-sharing can be done safely by following simple guidelines. It can help you and your baby get more sleep!
Melatonin is a hormone that plays a role in sleep. Babies do not make their own melatonin, they get it from our breastmilk!
Breastfeeding is hard and can lead to so much loneliness and confusion. But there are things you can do to make it easier.
Tracy Cassels, PhD from Evolutionary Parenting is back with the real science behind bed-sharing and SIDS. Is it a real risk? Why the fear mongering?
What’s your sleep set up? Do you co-sleep? Do you bed-share? Side car crib? Double mattresses? There are so many options to keep your baby close, safe and comfortable. We’re talking about setting up a safe sleep space for you and your baby on the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast!
Have you ever been told that your baby should be sleeping through the night? Did you know that your baby isn’t actually developmentally ready to do that? Did you know that nighttime milk has special benefits to it?