healthy infant sleep

Healthy infant sleep, Part 4: The sticking point for parents

May 24, 2017

Editor’s note: In observance of Get Better Sleep Month this May, Attachment Parenting International (API) brings you a 4-part series on normal, healthy infant sleep. Here is part 4: Often in our culture, it is true that parents find themselves in the very difficult place of making sleep-deprived family sleep choices without support. It is also […]

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Healthy infant sleep, Part 3: Combining adult structure with infant sleep needs

May 24, 2017

Editor’s note: In observance of Get Better Sleep Month this May, Attachment Parenting International brings you a 4-part series on normal, healthy infant sleep. Here is part 3: Adult structure helps by recognizing and providing the time, space, and conditions for an infant to sleep and rest, but doing any more would be akin to […]

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Healthy infant sleep, Part 2: The dependence of healthy infant sleep patterns

May 23, 2017

Editor’s note: In observance of Get Better Sleep Month this May, Attachment Parenting International brings you a 4-part series on normal, healthy infant sleep. Here is part 2: If we take a holistic view of the sleep question, we have to ask how successful and beneficial it is when we discover the “normal” situation of […]

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Healthy infant sleep, Part 1: Are modern sleep patterns healthier?

May 22, 2017

Editor’s note: In observance of Get Better Sleep Month this May, Attachment Parenting International brings you a 4-part series on normal, healthy infant sleep. Here is part 1: I’m awake writing this during the biologically normative and healthy stages of first and second sleep. Research has revealed that right up until the advent of electric […]

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