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As a parent, you know that sleep is crucial for you and your little one. So, when your baby suddenly starts waking up more at night, it can be frustrating. But take heart. The 6-month sleep regression is a good sign!

It means that your baby is growing and developing normally. However, just because it's normal doesn't mean it's not exhausting.

Just as you’re emerging from the newborn haze and your baby is sleeping for longer stretches during the night, it hits — the 4-month sleep regression. 

Suddenly, it feels like you’ve taken 10 steps back: Your baby is taking short naps, screaming through bedtime, waking multiple times per night, and rising at the crack of dawn. We feel you, mama.

You never let your baby sleep with a pillow. You heard it could cause SIDS, so you weren't about to take any chances. But now that your little one is growing up, is it time to give them a toddler pillow?

To help you decide if your child is ready to rest their head on something besides their mattress, here's more information about safe sleep practices for toddlers and tips for choosing the best pillow for your growing child.

With a baby in your home, sleep is a hot topic. Even though you might not be getting much shut-eye these days, remember that your little one needs lots of sleep to stay healthy and happy. You may need to adjust your baby’s bedtime to help them get the sleep they need. 

In this article, we’ll help you calculate your baby’s ideal bedtime based on their age and sleep needs. Then, we’ll offer a few tips to help your little one doze off. After all, knowing what time your baby should go to bed doesn’t mean it’s always easy to get them to sleep! 

When preparing for your baby’s arrival, an important item you might easily overlook is an extra crib mattress cover. Getting a crib, swaddles, diapers, clothing, and other essentials is usually the focus. But is an additional mattress cover just as important?

Let’s consider for a second how much time your little one will be spending in their crib, especially during the first year.

Parenting comes with lots of joys as well as difficulties. Sooner or later, sleeping woes are bound to be one of your parenting challenges.

If your little one had a consistent sleep schedule and suddenly has trouble falling asleep and staying asleep during naptime or bedtime, say hello to sleep regression.

A calm, happy baby is priceless. And if you can catch a few hands-free minutes at some point in the day, even better! These are two of the reasons that many parents turn to baby rockers and the like.

But, as with all baby products, you need to know what you’re buying, how to use it safely, and what to take into account when making your choice. That’s what we’re here for.

Want to give your little one the gift of a good night’s sleep? Practice sleep training to teach them how to fall asleep on their own and stay that way without all the crying that can interrupt your nighttime rest.

Here, we’ll discuss various methods of effective sleep training and offer tips to make the process easier.

There’s nothing quite like watching your sweet newborn sleeping peacefully! If you’ve decided to let them snooze in a bassinet for the first few months, you’ll need to know what to look for to keep your baby safe and cozy during every sleep.

The Newton Baby experts are here to help you choose the perfect bassinet. We’ll explain the main differences between bassinets and cribs and then tell you 11 things to look for when shopping for a bassinet!

Finally, we’ll give you sleep safety guidelines and a primer for choosing the right crib — after all, babies grow right before your eyes.

Parenthood arrives, and suddenly you’re contemplating things you never had to think about before. One such topic is your baby’s sleep position. If you’re wondering what’s best — your baby sleeping on their side or their back — you’re in the right place. 

In this article, we’ll discuss what’s safest for your little one when it comes to putting them down for naps and nighttime.