Each month we'll be bringing you our Need to Read series, favorite links from all over the web around a certain topic. This month is feeding and weaning. Let us know what you enjoyed in the comments. Happy reading!
Not getting any sleep? You’re not alone. See tips on how to cope with being up all night with a newborn on Mother.ly
Our friends at swaddle blanket company Max + Moose wrote a recent blog with sleep expert Chrissy Lawler from The Peaceful Sleeper. Check out the post and sign up for her newsletter at the bottom of the article for your Free Downloadable Guide to Newborn Sleep.
With new studies and product recalls coming to the surface, NYT Parenting section revisits the safety of babies sleeping in car seats and rocking devices in this article.
Experts weigh in about how much sleep you need as a breastfeeding mom in Romper.
The team at What to Expect has rounded up all of the best products available on the market for baby sleep. Check out their award winners here.
Recent study covered in Science Daily offers some criteria for what good infant sleep might look like.
Read these evidence-based changes you can make to baby’s sleep to help promote a more restful night.
Check out this infant sleep chart from Stanford Children’s to find out how much sleep your baby should be getting at night and during naps by age.
This Forbes article covers renowned pediatrician Dr. Harvey Karp, author of “The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep” and creator of the well-known 5 S’s to Soothe a Crying Baby, and his new venture as CEO and inventor of the SNOO bassinet.
Sleep-training during COVID? A sleep expert on PopSugar says now might be the perfect opportunity.
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