Author: Katie Kovaleski

The Truth Behind Sleep Training

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on March 5, 2019 in Free Tip Tuesday

  Today’s Sleep Myth:  True or False? Sleep training is just leaving your child to cry by itself.   The answer to that myth is in fact FALSE. Sleep Training is a multi-layered process of helping to teach your child how to sleep uninterrupted all night long as well as take consistently long daily naps.  This

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Earthing & Grounding

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on March 4, 2019 in 60-Second Monday Mood Boosters No Comments

60-Second Monday Mood Booster Getting your bare feet onto the earth provides a plethora of amazing health and wellness benefits and is a great, quick way to boost your mood. “Basically, the theory is that our bodies are meant to come into contact with the Earth (a “grounding” force) on a regular basis. Positive electrons

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Top 5 Infant Sleep Tips

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on February 19, 2019 in Free Tip Tuesday

How to lay a solid sleep foundation from birth Here are Our Top 5 Tips: Practice putting your baby down drowsy but awake as frequently as possible. Set the sleep scene; keep the sleep environment cool, dark and use white noise. Use a separate sleep space – while letting your baby sleep on you won’t

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Strong Willed or Sleep Deprived? You Decide. It’s Free Tip Tuesday!

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on February 5, 2019 in Free Tip Tuesday

About 90% of my clients describe their children and babies as being “strong-willed” or “stubborn.” These traits typically give them pause about sleep training and whether or not it will work with their child. Fortunately, every single one of them has discovered throughout the process that their children aren’t unruly, stubborn or particularly strong willed;

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To swaddle or not to swaddle?

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on January 31, 2019 in Quick Facts

The swaddle debate has become akin to the tummy sleeping debate over the last decade, with research constantly changing and opinions on both sides of the fence divided and flip-flopping frequently. While the most recent research on tummy sleeping has most experts in agreement that infants need to be placed only on their stomachs for

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