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5 Things that May be Doing More Harm than Good to Baby’s Sleep

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
5 Things that May be Doing More Harm than Good to Baby's Sleep | Baby Chick

Sleep after having a baby is something that people always say we as moms just have to get used too not having for the next . . . lets say . . . 18 years. But I refuse to believe that has to be the case and I love getting to share tips and tricks […]

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Must-Have Baby Sleep Products (0-6 Months)

Monday, August 6, 2018 By Nina Spears
Must-Have Baby Sleep Products (0-6 Months) | Baby Chick

Oh, sleep. It’s a wonderful and rare thing after you have a baby. Luckily there are products available that can help you help your little one get some much needed sleep. Here are my top must-have baby sleep products for newborns to 6 month olds. 1. Safe Place to Sleep First things first, baby needs […]

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Making Bedtime Fun for Strong-Willed Toddlers

Thursday, June 28, 2018 By Hannah Crews
Making Bedtime Fun for Strong-Willed Toddlers | Baby Chick

Our daughter hated bedtime for the first two years of her life. And honestly, it’s still not her most favorite thing in the world. And since she’s so strong-willed, it’s been a challenge trying to figure out how to make bedtime something that is fun and exciting, rather than dreadful and frustrating. Now that we’ve […]

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What is Eat, Play, Sleep?

Sunday, June 10, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
What is Eat, Play, Sleep? | Baby Chick

When it comes to caring for baby, many baby experts— including the author of the widely lauded Baby Wise book — advocate a parent-led schedule. With a parent-led schedule, you (the parent) set the daily agenda: you determine when baby eats, plays, and sleeps (usually in that order). Parents who operate on this kind of […]

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3 Different Ways You Can Swaddle Your Baby (Facebook Live)

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 By Nina Spears

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We Didn’t Mean to Start Co-Sleeping

Sunday, April 22, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
We Didn't Mean to Start Co-Sleeping | Baby Chick

Co-sleeping. Uttering the very notion of this parenting practice can whip my mom friends into a frenzy, with some being for it and others against it: but me, personally? I began my motherhood journey as a staunch adversary of co-sleeping. I was perched atop my high horse with my arms firmly folded: no, co-sleeping was […]

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How I Had My Babies Sleeping Through the Night by 10 Weeks Old

Tuesday, April 3, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
How I Had My Babies Sleeping Through the Night by 10 Weeks Old | Baby Chick

I was in the middle of my first pregnancy when a friend of mine had her first baby. It did not take long for me to realize that the image of the peaceful sleeping baby in those diaper commercials was a complete lie and reality struck, OH MY WORD, this is going to be a […]

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How to Comfort Your Child During Night Terrors

Thursday, March 22, 2018 By Hannah Crews
How to Comfort Your Child During Night Terrors | Baby Chick

Our daughter was never a good sleeper. She would wake up 7-8 times a night, every night, for the first 22 months of her life. And most times, when she woke up, she would stay up crying for a very long and tiresome amount of time – exhausting for her, and for me, her momma. […]

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Kids to Spring Forward

Friday, March 9, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
5 Ways to Prepare Your Kids to Spring Forward | Baby Chick

Before I had kids, the bi-annual time change fiasco was nothing more than an inconvenience. Sure, I lost an hour of sleep every spring, but I gained it back by that glorious extra hour every fall. No biggie. But then I had a baby and OMG! The mere thought of messing with my baby’s carefully […]

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7 Tips for Transitioning from Nap Time to Quiet Time

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
7 Tips for Transitioning from Nap Time to Quiet Time | Baby Chick

When my daughter started to show signs of dropping her nap, I went into full-on panic mode. If you’re anything like me, nap time is the only time during the day that you can actually think and get anything productive done. I really think they should make nap time productivity an olympic sport because I […]

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