Transition from Swaddle to Sleep Sack

Transitioning Your Baby from Swaddle to Sleep Sack: A Peaceful Night’s Sleep

As a new parent, you know that sleep is precious. But as your baby grows, it’s essential to adapt to their changing needs. One of the crucial transitions in your baby’s sleep routine is moving from a swaddle to sleep sack. Swaddling has long been a go-to method to help comfort and calm comfort newborns, mimicking the secure feeling of being in the womb. However, as babies grow, develop and become more active, they eventually outgrow the need to be swaddled and the transition to a sleep sack becomes necessary. But is there a right time to move on to a sleep sack? Is your baby signaling that they’re ready for the transition?  In this blog,  we will explore the signs indicating the right time for this transition, and the benefits of sleep sacks,  and we will guide you through the process of transitioning your baby from a swaddle to a sleep sack to ensure a safe and peaceful night’s sleep for both you and your little one. Swaddling has been a time-honored tradition for soothing newborns. Swaddling is the practice of wrapping your baby tightly in a blanket or cloth to restrict their movement. The snug wrapping of a swaddle …

Tracking Your Baby’s Sleep: Using Data from a Sleep Log to Help Your Baby Sleep Better

Is tracking your baby’s sleep the missing piece to solving your child’s sleep struggles? When it comes to navigating your child’s exhausting sleep habits, I’m willing to bet (perhaps with a bit of help) you can figure out why your child isn’t getting enough sleep or if a sleep association is why they aren’t sleeping, and maybe even see patterns from day to day and night to night if you are tracking your baby’s sleep. That’s the easy part…identifying the problem, right?! The more difficult part, though, is knowing what to do about it and tracking your baby’s sleep may help! [To help, get your free sleep tracker here!] If you need a cliff-notes version of the WHY, here it is: Your child is waking at night because of science, and they’re not able to put themselves back to sleep without your help because of human behavior. So, the question is…HOW do fix it so we can see positive change and healthy, sustainable sleep habits form? Lucky for you, by nature and by profession, I am a researcher. I like data. I love solving puzzles and I like figuring out WHY something isn’t working and HOW to fix it. This …