“Sleep Like a Baby” The Truth Behind Normal Infant Sleep During Nap Time
Taylor Kulik, Occupational Therapist, Family Sleep and Wellness Coach, Certified Sleep and Well-being Specialist
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A few things you’ll discover by tuning into Taylor’s session:
*What does normal nap time look like during infancy and how much should my baby be sleeping?
*How can I tell if my baby's nap is disrupted and what can I do to problem solve these?
*How can I lean into my baby's need for attachment and how can this make naps easier for my baby and me?
*What are some nap time routines I can use to help my baby sleep better?
And so much more!
Taylor Kulik is an Occupational Therapist turned Family Sleep & Wellness Coach and Certified Sleep & Well-being Specialist.
Going through her own journey of pregnancy, childbirth, and becoming a mother, she became aware of the major need for better quality, comprehensive health and wellness services for mothers.
She became passionate about learning everything she could about pregnancy, postpartum recovery, motherhood, and infant sleep with a desire to help mothers navigate this beautiful, but challenging, journey.
Her vision is to empower parents with evidence-based information so that they can make informed decisions that validate their instincts.
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1. What has been your biggest nap time struggle right now?
2. What was your favorite ah-ha moment from Taylor's presentation?
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