Sleep

Sleeping during the Holidays

Sleeping during the Holidays

Family evenings, gaming mornings, midnight wishes… How can we make sure that our little party babies are not overly tired during the holiday season?

December 8, 2020
Sleeping with your children

Sleeping with your children

When they’re babies, co-sleeping facilitates breastfeeding and relationship building. But what happens when your 2, 4 or even 8-year-old child still sleeps with you? A psychologist explains below.

November 1, 2020
Setting bedtimes during the school year

Setting bedtimes during the school year

During the summertime, we tend to be more permissive about our children's sleeping schedule. But once the school year begins, we must set bedtimes for our children. Adequate sleep is the best way to keep children concentrated, in shape and in a good mood; ready to face a full day of school!

September 7, 2020
My child is a sleepwalker

My child is a sleepwalker

Have you already found your child standing up, asleep, while they should have been in bed? Are they sleepwalking? Why? Is it dangerous? 

June 1, 2020
From crib to bed

From crib to bed

“My baby's leg was already on the other side! One minute later, he really would've hurt himself!” Do you think it's time to move from a crib to a bed?

April 20, 2020
5 tips for sleepy children

5 tips for sleepy children

My children sleep like a log. Maybe I’m lucky, maybe not… You'll never know until you try these simple tips.

January 20, 2020
Bedtime doesn't have to be a chore!

Bedtime doesn't have to be a chore!

Behavioural strategies have been proven to be the most effective way to help infants and children who are resistant at bedtime or wake during the night.

April 22, 2019
The little guide to co-sleeping

The little guide to co-sleeping

While considered natural and widespread in many parts of the world, co-sleeping has received a bad reputation in the Western World. Here are some tips for you to rediscover this old tradition. 

April 1, 2019
Are you ready to change your clocks?

Are you ready to change your clocks?

At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014, we’ll return to Standard Time, which means one more hour of sleep and a possible disruption of our sleeping patterns.

October 27, 2014
Afraid of the dark

Afraid of the dark

It’s normal and very common for young children to be afraid of the dark, and it usually starts between the ages of 2 and 4 years old.

November 19, 2012

This week
14 unmistakable pregnancy signs

Do you think you might be pregnant but you’re not 100% sure? If you relate to these 14 signs, you should definitely head to your local pharmacy to buy that pregnancy test you’ve been thinking about!

Trying to conceive

Have you ever experienced the disappointment of not being able to get pregnant? Once, twice, three times? The desire to have a child is so intense that it makes the waiting period unbearable. Just remember to never lose hope.

Swelling problems during pregnancy

Swelling during pregnancy is normal and should be expected! It may cause discomofort but it should not be worrisome. 

Breastfeeding and medication

Some women cannot breastfeed because of their medication. Fortunately, those cases are rare. Keep reading for some explanations and recommendations.