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Category Archives: Baby Sleep Training

Professionally-Led Baby Workshop Series

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Sunday, April 15th: Seven Oaks Sleep Workshop led by Natalie Barnet PhD Sunday, April 29th: WP Hospital Physician led Childhood Allergy Workshop Sunday, May 6th: Weening and Solid Foods Workshop with Dietitian Eve Kecskes All workshops run from 3:30 – 4:30 PM. $150 per person Packed with professional information and tips, this series of… Read More »

Natalie Featured on Fatherly.com!

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Dr. Natalie Barnett is featured on Fatherly.com discussing when you should start sleep training your baby. “If you’re waiting until the four- to six-month period, Dr. Natalie Barnett, pediatric sleep expert at Nanit, and founder of Seven Oaks Sleep Science, thinks you might have missed the boat. For the first couple of months, baby’s… Read More »

Natalie Featured on Mother.ly!

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Dr. Natalie Barnett is featured on Mother.ly as the pediatric sleep expert behind the new Nanit Baby Sleep Schedule Generator. Get a (free!) personalized sleep schedule for your baby “Around the four-month mark, though, everything changes. According to Dr. Barnett, four months is a great time to get your little one in a routine, as that’s when they… Read More »

Natalie Featured on Mom.me!

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Dr. Natalie Barnett is featured on Mom.me discussing the new Baby Sleep Schedule Generator created for Nanit. A Website Will Create a Free Personalized Sleep Schedule for Your Baby “Dr. Natalie Barnett, a pediatric sleep expert at Nanit and founder of Seven Oaks Sleep Science in NYC, explains that the Baby Sleep Schedule Generator was created… Read More »

Common Baby Sleep Myths

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

As a new parent, you’re no doubt scouring all sources of information, from library books to the web, for parenting tips, dos, and don’ts. And while there is a lot of great information available from a variety of different sources, there are also a number of myths that have been perpetuated over time. Listed… Read More »

Tips for Napping

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Babies (and their parents!) benefit from a lot of sleep during the first year of their life, and into their toddler years as well. Which is why knowing how to ensure that your baby is able to fall asleep and stay asleep during naptime can make a positive difference in everyone’s experience. Here are… Read More »

What Can I Do to Get My Baby on Schedule after a Vacation?

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

Vacation can be an exciting and a stressful time for the whole family, including little ones. In fact, even infants who are unable to comprehend the idea of vacation do notice a change in sleep times, lighting, temperature, and many other things that affect their ability to sleep comfortably. As such, for parents, getting… Read More »

When Will My Baby Start Sleeping Through the Night?

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

All new parents have one major question: When will my baby start sleeping through the night? Indeed, any parent will tell you that one of the most challenging things about parenting is the frequent nighttime trips to the baby’s room for feeding, rocking, and diaper changes. At Seven Oaks Sleep Science, we know that… Read More »

Help! My Baby Won’t Sleep Through the Night!

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

One of the hardest parts of being a new parent is the fact that getting your baby to sleep through the night could prove to be very difficult, which means that you and your spouse could be losing out on hours of sleep every night. While most parents expect the first few months to… Read More »

How Much Should I Expect My Baby to Sleep?

By Seven Oaks Sleep Science |

One of the most frequent questions that our sleep specialist at Seven Oaks Sleep Science is asked is in regards to how much a new parent should expect their baby to sleep, especially during the first year of the child’s life. While each baby is different–and parents will have to work with their child… Read More »