When you log your baby’s activity, we keep track of over 40 metrics. Together, these metrics provide clues to underlying issues.
Our science-backed algorithm reviews your baby’s metrics, and identifies the causes behind sleepless nights and short naps.
The next morning, you will get an expert-led sleep lesson that matches your current issues. Each day is unique, like you are.
Our baby sleep schedules adjust for missed naps, poor night sleep, and vacations. Plus, we grow with your child’s developing circadian rhythm and nap transitions.
It takes a village, so let’s invite them in. Your log and lessons will be available to share with grandparents, babysitters, nannies, co-parents, and more!
Sleep plays a crucial role in the brain development of young minds. In the first 2 years of life, humans get the majority of their sleep from REM sleep, which is responsible for learning and cognition. Sleep has a direct effect on happiness. Sleep also impacts alertness and attention, cognitive performance, mood, resiliency, vocabulary acquisition, and learning and memory. Sleep also has important effects on growth, especially in early infancy. In toddlers, napping appears to be necessary for memory consolidation, executive attention, and motor skill development.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), up to 50% of children under the age of 5 don’t get adequate sleep. Poor sleep has been linked to allergic rhinitis and problems with the immune system, as well as anxiety and depression. There is also emerging evidence that poor sleep in childhood may carry future cardiovascular risks in the form of obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Lovebug has worked with sleep experts to determine over 40 measurements of baby sleep. When you log your sleep with the Lovebug app, you can submit your day to get a daily rest score to help inform whether you should prioritize an early bedtime one day when your child is not as rested.Find your Rest Score