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Sleep Struggles In the Second Half of the Night: the “Classic” 3.00 A.M. Wake-up

By Eliana Beeson You finally got your child going down easily at bedtime. That same child is now also able to sleep well, with no interruptions, past midnight. But then… he wakes up at around 3.00/4.00 AM and is really difficult to settle. “Why?”, so many parents ask me. Is it a developmental milestone? A

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Four Month Sleep Regression… or Progression?

By Eliana Beeson Being in the infant sleep business, I’m often exposed to the term “regression” in regards to just about every inexplicable circumstance. Essentially, if baby doesn’t sleep well for a couple of nights, parents tend to associate it with a ‘regression’ issue. Some people believe that there is an 8-month regression, a 9-month

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