April Moments

Maybe, just maybe, telling the story is just as important as the story itself

Sleep

Biological, not logical

Sleep is one of the most discussed topics among parents. It also can be a subject that causes disagreements. Actually, I believe what causes the arguments is the method parents use to accomplish sleep in their children. There are many reasons why sleep is important to the human body. Pediatrician Marc Weissbluth, M.D., author of […]

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Baby daze

Having a newborn is sort of like living in a daze. For me, combine the almost constant feedings and sleep deprivation with taking care of a 4-year-old, and it’s practically a miracle I can get Elliot to preschool on time every day. On that note, I have to give props to all the super moms […]

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Sleep leads to sleep

When Elliot was an infant, I remember reading in “Baby 411,” co-authored by pediatrician Dr. Ari Brown, that putting a baby to sleep earlier rather than later would actually help him or her sleep longer. Sounds like the opposite of what it should be, right? If you want your infant to sleep in, common sense […]

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