The Importance of Sleep for the Developing Brain
We tend to be concerned about our babies feeding and nutrition right from the start but did you know that sleep is food for the brain? While unhealthy eating habits are visible early on in a child’s development, the signs of an unhealthy sleep diet isn’t obvious until it is much too late.
Come hear why a balanced and nutritiousdiet of healthy sleep will keep your baby thriving for a lifetime.
Katie Shell is the founder and lead Pediatric Sleep Specialist for Baby Sleep Well LLC. She is a graduate of the Family Sleep Institute and has helped many overtired families learn how to provide the healthiest and most balanced sleep their babies and children need to ensure optimal brain growth, development, and function.