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Consistency: The Key To Sleeping Success 

We are preparing for another sleep seminar with our resident sleep expert, Linda Szmulewitz of Sleep Tight Consultants. In anticipation of that, Linda wrote a piece for Club MomMe discussion how consistency is the key to sleep! When it comes to night wakings, parents often take the path of least resistance so that everyone can get back to sleep as quickly as possible. I often hear from families I work with: “Sometimes I can get my baby to go back to sleep with a pacifier, but sometimes I rock him to sleep and sometimes I feed him until he is asleep” Or “Sometimes when my baby wakes up I just go in there and rub his back a bit and then I sneak out.” Or “Sometimes I am just so tired at 5am that I just bring him into my bed.”

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