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Websites I Love

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Products I Love

There's no magic gadget that will get your baby to sleep. (Although many products make that claim!)


But I have a few favorite tools that I recommend. I'm an affiliate for some of these items but I believe in all of them.

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This sleep sack has 2 lovey's sewn into that babies can use to self-soothe without the danger of suffocation. The Bitta sack also features a diagonal zipper to make diaper changes easy and lots of room for leg movement. 

Love to Dream has designed unique swaddles that feature wings that allow your baby to sleep in the arms up position. She can still use her hands to self-soothe, and the wings keep her reflex from startling her and prevent her from scratching her face. The Swaddle Up 50/50 works great for transitioning your baby from a swaddle to a sleep sack. The wings unzip so you can remove one arm and then the other. And then you have a snug-fitting sleep sack to keep her warm and cozy.

Now that my son is older, he wears the Aden and Anais classic sleeping bag. Although this sleep sack doesn't have great reviews on amazon, I've been really happy with the ones I've bought. They fit great, stay soft and keep him at just the right temp.

I bought this to take with us on our vacation to the beach. And I use it when we go camping. I love it so much, I use it when we're home, too, if I'm not using a fan in my son's room. It's small and light but loud enough to drown out outside noise. It uses a USB charger, but it holds a charge for a long time.

My son's early morning wake-ups disappeared when I introduced this clock to my son when he was 16 months old. You can set it to come on at whatever time you want. And you can choose how long it stays on. You can use it for naps, too! It's a great visual tool so toddlers know when it's ok to wake up

I recommend blackout curtains for all my clients, especially during the summer when there's so much daylight! 

These window covers block out 100% of light in my son's room! They're affordable and easy to install with sticky velcro strips. I also put a velcro strip halfway up the cover so I can open it halfway during the day if I want.

Want an easy way to get your child to listen? Use a timer! The timer can work for the bath, bedtime routine, and all kinds of play time. It's a great visual way for them to see how much time is left before transitioning to the next thing.

The Time Timer is available as an app on your phone or ipad, as a watch or as a stand-alone timer. 

The first portable sleep cover, the Slumber Pod goes over your baby''s pack and play or other portable crib. It blocks out the light and gives your baby a safe and secure place to sleep

Instead of putting your baby in the closet or bathroom, you can have her in the hotel room with you. She'll sleep great. And so will you!

Jackson, WY Local Resources

Medical Healthcare and Support

Support Groups

Teton Mammas Newborn Support Group

  • 307.739.7572

  • Meets 10am -12pm, the second & fourth Mondays of the month, in the waiting area of the St. John's birth center

Parent Talk with Rachel Wigglesworth from Growing Great Families​



Dani Boettcher-White: Mountain Mamas Elevated Midwifery

Suzanne Leusch: Traditional Wisdom for Contemporary Women

Andrea Weenig: Teton Doula

Lactation Consultants

St John's Medical Center Lactation Support


Joanna Sheets: Gros Ventre OB/GYN

Dani Boettcher-White: Mountain Mamas Elevated Midwifery

Theresa Lerch

  • (307) 733-4585

Adair Flynt: Women's Health and Family Care


  Gros Ventre OB/GYN

Jackson Hole Women's Care

Theresa Lerch

  • (307) 733-4585

Women's Health and Family Care

Driggs Health Clinic


Cowboy Kids Pediatrics

Jackson Pediatrics  

Teton Pediatrics

Physical Therapy

Excel Physical Therapy

FourPines Physical Therapy

Medicine Wheel Wellness

Teton Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

Alternative & Holistic Support

Holistic Health for Women-Chinese Medicine

Medicine Wheel Wellness

Teton Doula

Perinatal Fitness

Medicine Wheel Wellness


Parenting Support

Rachel Wigglesworth: Growing Great Families

Family Services & Safety

Community Safety Network 

WY Department of Family Services

Mental Healthcare & Support

Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center (En Español/English)

Heather Finkel, PhD (En Español/English)

  • 434-825-3656

Jackson Hole Therapy

JH Family Solutions

Kiser Therapy, LLC

La Familia Counseling Services (En Español/English)

Nancy Turley Psychotherapist LLC

Postpartum Advocacy Coalition of the Tetons: Western WY & Teton Valley, ID

St. John's Mental Health Resource Line (En Español/English/Chinese/Portuguese/German/French)

  • Warmline (will contact within 24 hours)

  • 307.203.7880

Teton Behavior Therapy (En Español/English)

Turning Point (En Español/English)

Nannies & Babysitters

Lexi Boyer: Your Travel Nanny

Other Resources

Tetoncountykids.com- has information on current, ongoing and upcoming family-friendly events, plus after-school classes and programs and parenting resources