Slushageddon cabin fever? Me too..

Posted: February 25th, 2013 at 03:02pm
It’s cold outside, and Slushageddon is making strolling the sidewalks questionable.  It is reeeeeallly hard to get out of the house these days - especially with a baby.  But times are equally rocky staying in all day. I’ve been chatting with new parents in Toronto, and here's what they are doing for a change of scene.  Based on your mood... More >

Behind the scenes of the ‘naplet’

Posted: December 19th, 2012 at 11:12am
Does it seem like everyone else’s baby naps longer than yours?  Until 6 months, and longer for some, babies are hardwired for short naps - your catnapper is in good company, and for good reasons. Lately I've had several parents ask me about their babies' short naps. They want to know if they're something wrong with their catnapper, when they... More >

Parental sleep debt could be nature’s design

Posted: November 30th, 2012 at 10:11am
  I’ve been spending a lot of time with sleep deprived parents in the past few months  – helping them work on plans to get more sleep for their families.  I look into their weary eyes, and I’m left to ponder this question again and again: Why, at the time when people are embarking on the learning curve of their lives – taking... More >

Win a massage at Sunny Mummy Spa!

Posted: October 25th, 2012 at 11:10am
All new and savvy Mums and Dads - Contest ends Monday December 3! What’s your favourite person, place or thing that saved you in your first year of parenthood? I’m building a guide for new parents and I need your help. Some examples:  a meet-up group, drop-in centre, after hours clinic, an awesome website, book, or some fancy or... More >
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