Emma Davies, Author at Wiminz Magazine
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Emma Davies

Emma really enjoys her work and has a proven record of helping hundreds of families resolve their issues - pregnancy, birth, potty training, tantrums... she's seen it all. She is passionate about children's physical safety and optimal mental development. Emma has been a full-time blogger and writer for over eight years, since starting her family. Married, with three children that take up a great deal of her time, she tries hard to maintain a good work-life balance. Her real-life experiences help her provide trustworthy and practical advice for all busy moms. When Emma isn't working she likes to spend time with her kids, dining out and going to the movies. Emma is based in Houston, Texas.

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Co-Sleeping: Should Your Child Sleep In Your Bed?

By Emma Davies

Co-sleeping is the practice where the child sleeps in bed with his parents. Not surprisingly, it is one of the most hotly debated and controversial topics related to pediatric sleep. Let’s see why.Some people argue that co-sleeping is the right and natural way to raise a child because the practice fosters a stronger bond and […]

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The Big Change – Transitioning Your Child From Crib To Bed

By Emma Davies

I want out! That’s the message your toddler will send – one way or another – when he’s ready to wave goodbye to the crib and say hello to a big-kid bed. Your child might actually verbalize displeasure, or more likely, simply climb out of the crib.So, what needs to be done?First, resist the temptation […]

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My Child Is An Early Bird – Can I Do Something About It?

By Emma Davies

Early morning wakings are one of the toughest sleep problems to fix, if not the toughest. If you’re wondering why, it’s because after a decent night’s rest your child has got more energy to fight sleep in the morning. And the truth is, all of us come up into lighter sleep phases in the last […]

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How Lack of Sleep Affects a Baby’s Brain and Personality

By Emma Davies

A leading researcher on temperament in infants and young children once said in despair, “When I raised my first child, I believed behavioral theories claiming that what I do as a parent molds my child’s character. With my second child, I was already a geneticist and believed that a child is born with characteristics that […]

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Sleep Problems And Night-time Feedings

By Emma Davies

Although your baby may give up regular nighttime feedings on his own by the time he’s three months old, do not expect – or insist – that such a young infant give them up altogether, all of a sudden.But if your child is at least three months old, still nurses or requires a bottle at […]

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Baby Sleep Miracle Review

By Emma Davies

For an adult, sleep may seem a simple thing. You’re tired, you sleep. A baby, however, needs to learn how to do that. As surprising as it may sound, sleep is a skill that needs to be learned. Sleep training a child is undoubtedly one of the most challenging – and frustrating – things for all […]

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Winning at Sleep Roulette – 6 Science-Backed Baby Sleep Strategies

By Emma Davies

Everything about baby sleep can seem frighteningly high-stakes (especially at 3 A.M. in the morning).  Make one tiny mistake in his or her training and your child’s development will be seriously affected: he’ll either end up waking in the night well into his high school years, or worse, develop anxiety, depression, or mood swings. And […]

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How to Get Pregnant [Easily]

By Emma Davies

Once you set your mind to starting a family, waiting is the last thing you want to do, right?  Sometimes it takes days or even months to get pregnant.  This can leave some women with a sense of hopelessness.  They can feel frustration, anxiety or depression. That brings us to another important question…  How Long Does it Take […]