This month we have the wonderful mom Jerily Kucharski, mom to Josie, share her story with sleep in the past nearly 2 years.
We talk about following baby's lead, the external pressure re: making our babies independent too soon and attention for sleep situations you end up in and how to deal with the anxiety that can come with that.
The recording is available exclusively on Rested! (free access)
Our guest last month Ms Rachel Lau, MS,OTR/L spoke about HOW SENSORY PROCESSING AFFECTS SLEEP. What Rachel shared about sensory processing is incredibly valuable in terms of how the sensory system can support and/or disrupt sleep.
And what as a parent you can do to help your baby sleep at best, whether they under-, over-, or typically responsive to sensory input.
A sneak preview below, and the full replay is available to you free on Rested! (sign up here for free access if you're not a member yet).
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