Why Does My Child Wake Up So Early ?

Good quality sleep is necessary for everyone, from children to adults. Sleeping helps us function well, physically and mentally. No parent loves to wake up early and listen to the sound of their little one crying. In such a case, you may be likely to think nostalgically about the lazy mornings you enjoyed before your child was born. I know you really want to find a way to delay the wake up time. The good news is that solutions exist but you must be patient and consistent!

Naptastrophe | My Book Review

“Lucy is an expert at staying awake.” She is a cute little bunny that repeatedly assures that she is not tired. Alone in her somber room during the daytime, she concludes that there has to be a mistake and fears of missing out on all the fun she could have instead of lying in bed. After her dad gets her out of the room, the two drive to the grocery store. By then, Lucy is running on pure adrenaline as her father has probably totally ignored her sleep cues. She suddenly goes through a candy-related meltdown in the checkout line. The whole scene escalates into a NAPTASTROPHE. Finally, she’s so tired at dinner she collapses in her mac and cheese.

Understanding postpartum depression | My exclusive interview with Dr. Shosh

Dr. Shoshana Bennett (a.k.a. Dr. Shosh) is a survivor of two life-threatening postpartum depressions. After experiencing these postpartum depressions, she emerged from her personal nightmare to become a leading national advocate and pioneer in women’s mental health, establishing Postpartum Assistance for Mothers, which offers education and emotional support for women experiencing postpartum depression and related disorders.