Plagiocephaly, what is itWhat is Plagiocephaly?

Most of us have noticed that babies sometimes have a flat spot at the back of their heads. And while it’s no cause for alarm, it can be a bit unsettling if it appears on your own baby.

This condition is referred to as plagiocephaly, and the most common form (positional plagiocephaly) happens when babies spend a lot of time lying on their backs, as babies often do. Infant’s skulls are soft and pliable, which means prolonged pressure against a mattress or a blanket on the floor can create a flattened area. Read more

Today, I have a question from Nadia. She writes,

“I’ve been working on the Sleep Sense Program for about a week now, but I’m having a really hard time keeping my baby awake through her bottle at the bedtime routine. What can I do?”

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