The Baby Sleep Whisperer is dedicated to helping sleepless families get the much needed rest they need in order to live a happy, restful and healthy life. Ingrid Prueher primarily works with sleepless families with newborns, toddlers, preschoolers, adolescents and teens and provides sleep and feed schedules based on their parenting philosophy. Ingrid has successfully worked with adults of all ages who are experiencing sleep issues associated to health reasons.
Pediatric and adult sleep and nutrition consulting packages are available to those who are looking to find solutions and support to better their health. Common issues: insomnia, frequent night wakings, eczema, asthma, allergies, IBS, Candida, reflux and nutrition.
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Harried parents are getting a hand by letting pros give their kids potty and nap training Lauren Yelvington, 37, from the Upper East Side, was waking up eight times a night to soothe her colicky 6-month-old daughter Campbell. “We were looking at a baby who had no ability to put herself to sleep and stay asleep, and we didn’t know where to … [Read More...]
When away at college, young adults may be somewhat limited by their food choices. Some dining halls have a pre-determined meal rather than offering an assortment of foods buffet style. Raw food choices such as carrots, lettuce, and radishes, fortunately, are becoming more readily available at many schools. If they want to eat organically, there … [Read More...]
Marpac has been making sound conditioners, or what are often called white noise machines, in the USA since 1962. I like Marpac because we have the same goal—to bring sleep to millions of people. Their Dohm line of products creates the soothing sound of rushing air, which has been proven to effectively block noises at a broad range of … [Read More...]
You can’t always be there to supervise your college age children, but if you can get them to try a supplement that is full of good stuff that tastes great too, chances are they’ll take it. Juice Plus+ is a whole food based product, available in chewable and capsule forms. It bridges the gap between the FDA’s recommended daily amount of fruits … [Read More...]
Let’s be real. Most young adults don’t sleep as much as they need to when they are in college, whether they are living in the home or away at school. They are experiencing huge changes in their level of responsibility, getting acclimated to their new independence, and moving away from their parent structured environment. Not only are they … [Read More...]
To empower you with information about nutrition and your baby, in addition to your pediatrician, there are many great resources out there. Here are three books I highly recommend. Super Baby Food, your complete guide to what, when, and how to feed your baby and toddler by Ruth Yaron. This award-winning book is filled with nutritious recipes, like … [Read More...]
The best time to start an infant on solid foods is at 6 to 12 months of age. To be able to begin eating solid foods, your baby should weigh twice as much as he or she did at birth, be able to sit up, and have control of their head and neck. They should stop exhibiting the extrusion reflex, meaning they don’t spit out food but swallow it … [Read More...]
I am so excited to be able to share that The Baby Sleep Whisperer now has an office in Westport, Connecticut next door to Tiffany's. I will finally get the chance to meet many of my local sleep and nutrition clients as well as new local clients. How does having an office space change things? Though I wish I could meet everyone I work with across … [Read More...]