No Audience, No Show

ilissaSleep, Toddler NeedsLeave a Comment

I frequently get asked about toddler sleep. I often hear, “My child has been an amazing sleeper their entire life, and now we are a mess. What happened? How do I change this?” My answer is almost always, “No audience, no show.” It’s the key for the toddler to preschooler age group. Basically it means for you to take a … Read More

Spring Ahead, It’s Daylight Savings Time: How to Adjust Your Kid’s Sleep

ilissaHealth & Safety, Hot Topics, Mom's Corner, Toddler NeedsLeave a Comment

This Sunday, March 13th, is the beginning of Daylight Savings Time where we will be springing forward an hour.  For all of us parents this means that the babies and kiddos will be very confused and waking up later, which can really mess with their naps and bedtime sleep schedule. Here’s a quick summary of how to adjust your child’s sleeping … Read More

{Product Review} pediped Footwear, AKA: When Your Toddler Needs Real Shoes for Real Places

ilissaProduct Review, Toddler Needs, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

So Laney is basically just like her mother, barefoot all the time. But clearly we do have to venture out to places where shoes are necessary. Like the grocery store, the playground and out to eat. She is one active girl. I always say she is rough and tumble, my gram says she’s a toughie. She is always running places, … Read More