Nap Transitions: Your Questions Answered


Our resident sleep expert, Dr. Sarah Mitchell, and I recently hosted a Facebook Live to answer your questions about how to handle nap transitions! Every parent knows how precious nap time is for both your baby and for you! 

Learn when nap transitions typically occur and how to make the transition to fewer naps smoother. Be sure to follow us on Facebook to join in on future Facebook Lives, where Sarah can answer your questions in real time!


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Do you have another question on this topic? Visit Helping Babies Sleep for other sleep regression blog posts:

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Kelly migrated to San Francisco in 2009 after living in Chicago, Florida, and growing up in Texas. She is happy now to call the Bay Area her home. She is a licensed Physician Assistant and previously worked in OBGYN and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. With the support of her husband and college sweetheart, Rob, she took a break from medicine to do something more creative! In addition to running San Francisco Moms Blog, Kelly is mommy to Mr. Gavin and Mr. Byron. She is happy to be the princess of the house! When she is not working or chasing her boys, she loves cooking, college football, and spending time and traveling with her family.


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