Understanding and Overcoming Sleep Deprivation

Understanding and Overcoming Sleep Deprivation

 Raise your hand if you haven’t slept well for two nights in a row. Did you know that sleep deprivation only takes 48 hours to set in? That is just two consecutive days of a poor night’s sleep. I think we can all raise our hands for that. You may be thinking, so what?...

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3/03/19 – Eat Sleep Play Tour Event

3/03/19 – Eat Sleep Play Tour Event

The Eat Sleep Play Tour Event will be at A Mother's Haven on Sunday, March 3rd! Come enjoy interactive educational sessions, snacks, samples, baby play time and the marketplace for all things family wellness! This is a FREE event! First 50 attendees receive a free...

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Love Languages For Kids

Love Languages For Kids

Do you know how to give and receive love effectively with your kids?  Learn do’s and don'ts, and many great ideas to communicate love via these love languages for kids list from Mommy Over Work. The bestselling "The 5 Love Languages®" series by Dr. Gary...

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9/22/18 – 7th Annual Celebrity Red CARpet Safety Event

9/22/18 – 7th Annual Celebrity Red CARpet Safety Event

The 7th Annual Celebrity Red CARpet Safety Event in Los Angeles is on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 at the Commissary at Sony Pictures Studios! A fun filled, educational, inspiring and engaging event for parents and kids! The event aims to help spread awareness about...

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An Empowered Mama – FIT4MOM

An Empowered Mama – FIT4MOM

To empower means to make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights.  So, what does it mean to be an Empowered Mama and why do you want to be one? Motherhood is a defining journey in our life. For many, it...

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Sleep and Your Baby’s Immune System

Sleep and Your Baby’s Immune System

One powerful preventative measure we parents can take is to teach and provide quality sleep, a necessity for maintaining the health of our child’s immune system. There are few things worse than seeing your baby or child suffer through the symptoms of a cold or flu. As...

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Give the Gift of Sleep

Give the Gift of Sleep

Purchase a gift certificate now and get 2017 pricing! Good for one year! Eat, Sleep and Be Merry! Give the ones you love the gift of good sleep. Contact Jenni June to learn more about sleep solution packages to best suit your needs. Have a Happy Holiday season and...

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New Pricing for Consults after January 1st

New Pricing for Consults after January 1st

2018 Private Consultation Price Increase! Jenni June offers customized, step by step plans and schedules that match your child and family’s needs and parenting values. Prices will be increasing for most sleep solutions starting January 1, 2018. Phone/Skype session...

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What If My Child Gets Sick While Sleep Training?

What If My Child Gets Sick While Sleep Training?

One of the most important components of sleep training is knowing how to discern the difference between your child’s tears of temporary struggle (such as learning a new skill), versus tears of potential suffering. When it comes to tears of suffering, we should always...

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Poor Sleep Affects Baby’s Eating Habits and Digestion

Poor Sleep Affects Baby’s Eating Habits and Digestion

Did you know the best way to help improve your baby’s eating and nursing habits beyond the age of four months old is to improve the quality and quantity of their sleep? Many parents, and even well meaning pediatricians, don’t realize that when sleep continues to be...

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The DL On Sleep Training Methods

The DL On Sleep Training Methods

It’s helpful to realize that all methods are safe and effective when properly performed and matched to your unique child and family! If you are considering teaching your baby or child healthy new sleep habits, so that they can independently fall asleep and connect...

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4 Ways to Reduce Stress Before Sleep Training

4 Ways to Reduce Stress Before Sleep Training

Give your plan 21 days and remember what normal learning and progress really looks like. Nobody has perfect sleep cycles all the time. Be patient. Be a sure, steady place for your little one. 1. Honor your own readiness. No matter what anyone advises, don’t embark...

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Mom.Me Blog Highlights Jenni June

Mom.Me Blog Highlights Jenni June

My sleep training tips were referenced in a Mom.Me blog! What an honor to stumble across this blog, written by a lovely former client of mine, Erica Garza. I'm always so grateful for the trust parents place in me. Here's a snippet of Erica's kind words from her...

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How Room Temperature Effects Baby Sleep

How Room Temperature Effects Baby Sleep

Of all of the detailed recommendations I provide my families for improving the quality of their infant’s sleep habits, health, and safety, the easiest adjustment with instant improvement is the one that surprises them the most: lowering the temperature of the sleep...

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Room Share with Baby and STILL Sleep Great!

Room Share with Baby and STILL Sleep Great!

The most notable upgrade to this well-regarded list of SIDS prevention and safe-sleep recommendations is the call to "room share" (not bed share) with baby at least until they're 6 months old (but optimally until 12 months old). If you lack an additional bedroom in...

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Pediatric Practitioner of the Month

Pediatric Practitioner of the Month

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When to Transition Baby from Bassinet to Crib

When to Transition Baby from Bassinet to Crib

Transitioning your baby from a bassinet to a regular crib is actually a bigger deal than most parents realize. It’s important to both your child’s safety and how well they sleep in the future! The ideal age to make the move is when your child turns four months old....

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