Daylight savings is around the corner!
Grab our time change guide here.  
How old are your little ones? Check all that apply.
Thanks for subscribing! Check your inbox and grab your freebies.


Baby’s First Valentine’s Day: Tips for New Parents

For new parents, it can be challenging to find time for romance with the demands of caring for a baby. As a pediatric sleep coach, I understand the importance of prioritizing your relationship. One of the hidden benefits of teaching your baby to sleep is having time to spend quality time alone. Let me share some tips to connect as a couple on Valentine’s Day, even with a little one in tow.

Plan a Romantic Night In

Who says you need to go out to have a memorable Valentine’s Day? Plan a romantic night in with your partner. Put your baby to bed early or make arrangements with a caregiver to take care of them for the evening. Lit some candles, listen to music, and cook a meal. Use this time to reconnect and enjoy each other’s company without any distractions.

Have a Mini Date Night

Plan a mini date night. It doesn’t have to be extravagant— a leisurely dinner or taking a walk together are a good way to connect. Get help from a friend or family member to babysit so you can focus on each other without worrying about your little one.

Bring your baby with you to your date!

Yes, I know this sounds crazy, but it is possible to bring your baby and still have a good time. I recommend that you lay your baby down for an extra nap that day, and wake them up to get ready to leave. This will help them be well-rested and in a good mood during your outing. 

Teach your baby to sleep through the night

And because yes, this is the place where we talk about sleep, I couldn’t help myself to tell you that there is nothing better as a parent, than to be able to lay your little one down at night and be done for the day! Having the whole night for yourself to enjoy each other is priceless. At Not A Peep, we want to give you back your rest. You don’t have to sacrifice your relationship over sleep deprivation. Our certified sleep consultants are ready to help you! Book a free call today.

Share This:
We Are happy you are here
Sign up with your email address to receive sleep tips.
Thank you for subscribing!
send us an email

If you need more information, have questions, or would like to offer a suggestion, please get in touch. You can contact me via phone, email or by filling out the form.

Sleep Coach for Families