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“Restfull” Infant Formula is Full of *Something* Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 5:00pm Can’t get that baby to sleep through the night? Want those full 9 hours of sleep you remember? Pump your baby full of Enfamil ’s “ Restfull ” formula! It’s, Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better…[It] thickens gently in baby’s tummy and digests slowly. Because didn’t you hear? Formula-feeding is appa ... Read on »
“Restfull” Infant Formula is Full of *Something* Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Sep 2009 7:03pm Can’t get that baby to sleep through the night? Want those full 9 hours of sleep you remember? Pump your baby full of Enfamil ’s “ Restfull ” formula! It’s, Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better…[It] thickens gently in baby’s tummy and digests slowly. Because didn’t you hear? Formula-feeding is appa ... Read on »
Help Your Baby Enjoy Sweet Sleep Time with Pampers Baby Dry Diapers! (GIVEAWAY) #PampersBabyDry by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 3:23pm Everyone knows that one of the most difficult parts of parenting babies is the lack of sleep! Often, the source of your baby’s wakefulness is a wet diaper. But there’s good news: Pampers wants you to know that you can encourage your little one’s sweet sleep time with diapers, which offer 12 hours of overnight dryness with three layers of absorbe ... Read on »
baby bunching Q/A: getting new baby to sleep by Linda and Cara .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 11:24pm We received this question a while back from fellow Baby Buncher Celeste. Q: I am trying to find ideas on how to put my baby (3 1/2 months) to sleep for her morning nap. She is more finicky and requires a little time of being held before transferring her. I've tried everything I can think of to keep my toddler (2 years old) occupied and he ... Read on »
Baby Myths: If I keep my baby up all day, will he sleep at night? by SurvivingSingleMotherhood Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:03am Short Answer: No. Long Answer: Babies that are well rested during the day actually sleep better at night. Also, the average baby won't sleep all night until they're around three months old and weigh between 12 and 13 pounds. Really Long Answers that will Actually Help You: A very comprehensive answer from Dr. Sears "31 Ways to Get You ... Read on »
Baby: what I learned about baby sleep by Coco .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Nov 2012 12:00am I read 6 books and tons of blog posts about baby sleep. I’m far from being an expert, I’m still learning and trying things with Sofia. Here’s a summery of things I learned. Babies needs to sleep a lot, day and night. Don’t expect baby to be awake during the day and sleep at night as adult. Short awake time. Making sure to put/he ... Read on »
The Quest for Sleep: One Mom’s Story for Getting Her Baby to Sleep by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:50pm I’m alive!!!! I didn’t think I would make it, but I did! Exhausted Mom by Halfmoon Jewelry, Flickr, under a Creative Commons license I have an eleven month old little girl named Emerson who, in spite of the nurses at the hospital saying “you’ve got a sleeper”, turned out to not be much of a sleeper.  There are worse stories, but mine is a ... Read on »
The Family Bed: Sleep with your baby - and sleep better. by Michelle H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 11:59am By Michelle Kennedy Hogan “If you don’t let that baby sleep somewhere on his own,” the prickly nurse said, “he’ll have attachment issues later on.” “Really?” I said. “Like he might actually like me in 10 years?” This was after the birth of my fifth baby - so I was a bit more confident in my parenting skills. However, I was not so confident ... Read on »
sleep, babies, sleep. together, please. by Linda and Cara .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 10:25pm Busy past couple of weeks for your Baby Bunching blog hosts, including an annoyingly timed surgery for Cara and the start of school for her Bunch, as well as a beach vacation for Linda (who still has a few more weeks of summer left to weather - yikes!).  This has left us with not a lot of time for getting posts up, so we're thanking Baby Bunche ... Read on »
sleep, baby, sleep: in the big girl bed, please by Linda and Cara .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 09 Sep 2009 10:14pm What's a Baby Buncher's biggest challenge?  Sleep, apparently, as we've gotten yet ANOTHER reader question about sleep issues!  Here goes...this one's from Baby Buncher Kirsten - help out if you can! Q:  We are about to transition our 23-month-old daughter from her crib to a bed so that we can move our 5-month-old son out of his mini crib in ... Read on »