Author Archive for: ronee75
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Entries by Ronee
Every day I am in Facebook “mom groups”, where tired, exhausted mamas often talk about their new baby’s sleep. Some of these poor mamas are really struggling and it’s causing overwhelm, anxiety, and sometimes depression symptoms. Any woman who’s had any number of children will tell you that the “4th trimester” (ie 3 months post […]
Thanks to you, our little guy is now sleeping 8 hours straight at night! His naps have gotten so much better too, with at least one 2 hour nap each day! I can easily put him down now while he’s still awake and watch as he puts himself to sleep. I’m still amazed that he […]
Thank you so much for the great sleep information you provided to us! I wasn’t sure if the “prenatal package” would be good for us since our little girl was already born, but clearly it was. After working on some of the things we talked about, she went from sleeping 1-2 hour blocks at night […]
My husband and I learned so much about sleep and breastfeeding! We are looking forward to meeting our little one soon and getting to use the things you taught us! Thank you for your guidance!
“On “graduation day” I told Ronee I think she saved my life and I wasn’t being dramatic. When I hired her, my 4 month old would only sleep on me. On nights I tried to put her in her crib, bedtime would take 3-4 hours and I was left an exhausted, crying anxious mess. I […]
As I’m sure you know, Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends on November 3rd at 2am, with our having to move our clocks back an hour. I don’t know about you, but I hate it when people say silly things like “awesome, we’ll get an extra hour of sleep!” For those of you who are single […]
As parents, when we think about stress and anxiety, we often think about ourselves or other adults having it. But what if I told you that your kids can have just as much or even more stress than you?! It’s true! Kids experience stress every day… moving to a new grade/school, making friends, worrying about […]