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What you need to know about sleep shaping

Sleep shaping is one of our favorite tools to help new families while we help them as Postpartum Doulas or as they adjust to life with a newborn. We have spoken a lot about normal newborn sleep patterns, what to expect in your first few weeks with a newborn. Life with a newborn can be challenging and full of unknowns, but when parents have a better idea of what to expect and how to be better prepared.

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Let's Talk About the Four Month Sleep Regression

The four month sleep regression! Parenting seems to go something like this… your baby starts to become familiar to you, you develop a system and then suddenly it’s not applicable anymore and you have to figure what your baby’s new schedule will be.

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Sleep, Sleep, Sleep, Everyone Needs Sleep in This House

Being new parents comes with a whole lot of responsibilities, adjustments and life changes, add in sleep deprivation and you might be loosing your mind right about now. I get it, I really do!

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Help...My Baby Has Their Days and Nights Mixed Up

While you were pregnant you heard so many stories about "mixed days and nights" and maybe you believed it, maybe you didn't. However, here you are a few weeks postpartum and your baby seems to still like being awake more at night than during the day.

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