Category Archives: In the News

How an Early Bedtime Can Have Lasting Effects on Kids

What time do your kids get to bed and how old are they? See below to see how much sleep is ideal for your child to not only decrease their risk of obesity but also their mental functionality during the day. Not only does adequate sleep create a foundation for your children to be able […]

AAP’s Parent’s Guide to Safe Sleep.

About one in five sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) deaths occur while an infant is in the care of someone other than a parent. Many of these deaths occur when babies who are used to sleeping on their backs at home are then placed to sleep on their tummies by another caregiver. We call this […]

Our Sleep Masks

Our product was mentioned in a blog post by Get Online Nola. We distribute our masks to pediatricians and use them as a useful tool to help people remember our services and get some good quality shut-eye. http://blog.getonlinenola.com/small-business-promotional-products/

New Orleans Mom’s Blog Guest Blogger

Dr. Vyas recently submitted a guest blogger post to New Orleans Mom’s Blog. Her post “Signs Your Child May Need “Sleep Training” {aka Parent Training}” is fuilled with insight on how to get your children to sleep through the night. Scroll down for  a few excerpts from the blog, and click here for the full […]

Happiest Parents Value Sleep

Happiest Parents Value Sleep This article gives some sound advice on how to remain happy as a parent by making sure you and your child(ren) are well rested. By Ilyssa McIntyre 9BLISS sat down with renowned pediatrician, Dr. Harvey Karp — most widely known for his (incredibly) popular book, The Happiest Baby on the Block and its […]

Nap Nanny Infant Recliner

“Five of the six deaths occurred in a Nap Nanny recliner placed in a crib with a crib bumper where the caregiver thought the child would be safe. Remember the safest place for your baby is in a bare crib on his or her back. Never add cushions, pillows, quilts or comforters to your baby’s […]

CIO (cry it out)

A study released in the journal Pediatrics suggests it is OK to let babies cry while trying to fall asleep — a finding that may help settle a long-running debate among both parents and experts over whether allowing a baby to cry itself to sleep harms the child in the long run. Australian researchers looked […]

Sound Machines

My conclusion is that always use things with moderation. I feel that having a sound machine is useful during initial sleep training, however, once sleep training is complete, I recommend eliminating the sound machine so that the infant can get accustomed to sleeping without an additional crutch. Then, you can use the sound machine on […]

More Harmful if Baby DOESN’T Sleep!

A new study released today in the journal Pediatrics suggests it is OK to let babies cry while trying to fall asleep — a finding that may help settle a long-running debate among both parents and experts over whether allowing a baby to cry itself to sleep harms the child in the long run.