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There comes a day in every child's life when they no longer want to take naps. What is a parent to do when nap time ends?

How much sleep does your child need? A handy chart. Need to print this off and give to the parents of my students. " no it's not ok that your 10 year old goes to bed at 11 on a school night"

We all know about the “booby traps” that prevent parents from breastfeeding successfully, but what about the “snooze traps”?

Breast milk is packed with necessary nutrients for your newborn. Eating the right things can add an extra healthy boost to your liquid gold.
from MomJunction

Breastfeeding Diet - 10 Best Foods For New Moms

Breast milk is packed with necessary nutrients for your newborn. Eating the right things can add an extra healthy boost to your liquid gold.

from Creative Home Keeper

My Simple Afternoon Ritual to Refresh & Recharge

Refresh and recharge with a simple afternoon ritual by making it a priority to refuel by taking a few minutes of "Me Time". Grab a book and your favorite cup of warm tea to enjoy a little Nap and Me Recharge Time.

from Meraki Lane

7 tips to help you cope with nap transitions

If the mere mention of the word "nap transition" makes you stabby, this list of 7 helpful tips to help you cope with transitioning from 2 naps to 1, or 1 nap to NO NAPS, is for you!

from Clarks Condensed: A Family Lifestyle Blog

Gentle Ways To Help Your Child Sleep Through the NIght

Gentle Ways To Help Your Child Sleep Through the Night (Without Crying it Out) via @clarkscondensed