If you’re wondering how to get your baby to sleep without being held, you’re not alone. This is something many parents struggle with.

Sometimes it doesn’t matter how long you wait to put your little one down or how deeply they seem to have fallen asleep in your arms. The minute your body separates from theirs, your baby immediately wakes up and fusses until they are picked up again.

So, like many parents, you end up with a sleeping baby in your arms. Nap after nap. Night after night.

Choosing the right crib for your newborn can be a daunting task. There’s a lot that goes into picking the safest, most comfortable option. Don’t get discouraged, though. We’ve created this modern crib buying guide to help you decide. 

But before we get to our shopping tips, let’s review some basic crib safety tips.

Give your baby the best night’s sleep and keep them safe at night (and all day long), with a GREENGUARD Gold certified mattress from Newton Baby. Why is such a certification important?

In this article, we discuss what GREENGUARD Gold certification means and why it matters for the health and safety of you, your little one, and your entire family.

So many changes take place during your baby’s first year of life, including their sleeping arrangements. Your baby will hit different milestones, so it’s important to know just when to lower their crib mattress height.

We’ll show you some crib safety practices to keep your baby safe while they sleep, plus we’ll give you a recommended crib mattress option. After reading this article, you’ll know when it’s time to lower your baby’s crib and how to do it.

Here at Newton, we care about safe sleep. It’s our top priority! So our experts share all the details when it comes to the best sleep practices.

With your brand-new baby finally in your arms, it can be hard to put that sweet little one down. You want them by your side at all times! Because of this, many parents opt for a co-sleeper to keep their baby nearby while they snooze.

If you’re interested in this option but need more info, you’re in the right place.

In this article, we’ll define co-sleepers and co-sleeping. Then we’ll discuss the pros and cons of co-sleepers as well as tips for choosing one if you decide it’s the right bed for your newborn.

How do you know when to stop swaddling your little one? This is an important question to ask, especially for your baby’s safety.

Swaddling is a great technique to help your baby feel safe as they adjust to life outside of the womb. We understand the many incredible benefits of this ancient technique, which is why we created swaddles that are 100 percent breathable and help prevent overheating.

But the older your little one gets, the less they need this method to help them feel calm or fall asleep.

Also, while swaddling has lots of great benefits for newborns, there comes a time when your baby is just too old to be swaddled and swaddling can become more harmful than helpful.

As you prepare to welcome your little one, it’s hard to know exactly what essentials you should buy. To start with, you know a safe sleeping surface is a must, but you might be surprised to find out that a mini crib is one essential that can serve your family well. 

Here, we’ll help you uncover a few reasons why using a mini crib might be a good option for your baby and what exactly you need to look for when choosing one. 

Co-sleeping can be confusing for new parents to understand. With mixed messages on what’s safe and unsafe, it can be difficult to know what’s best for your little one. Fortunately, our experts at Newton Baby have done the research for you!

Here, we break down what co-sleeping really means, the safest ways to co-sleep, and what you should avoid to ensure your baby stays happy and healthy during sleep time.

Read on to learn the safest co-sleeping practices to decide whether it’s right for you.

Practicing safe sleep is important when it comes to caring for your little one. As a parent, one thing you're probably wondering about is when your baby can sleep on their stomach.

To determine this, you’ll need to know the basics when it comes to safe sleep and the four signs to watch for when trying to decide if your baby is ready for this transition.

In this article, we’ll also address a few commonly asked questions when it comes to your baby sleeping on their stomach.

We know that sleep is a hot commodity for the bleary-eyed parents of newborns. When both you and your baby are losing shut-eye because your baby won’t sleep in their bassinet, you may start to feel desperate to get your little one down for some good rest. 

If your baby would rather sleep anywhere than in their bassinet, you’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll share a few possible reasons why this happens and offer tips that might help.