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When you had a newborn, bedtime was a flurry of baths, feeding, rocking, waking up at night and plenty of crying. Luckily, as your child ages, there are no more sleep worries, right? Unfortunately, no.…
There are lots baby sleep myths that can affect how parents feel about the wee hours with their little one. Sort fact from fiction with this advice.
Is fear of the boogey man keeping your child up at night? Here are some tips for soothing his fears and nightmares, and ensuring a good night's sleep.
Preschool children are more prone to experiencing nightmares than are older or younger children. Expert ideas for helping preschoolers who've had a nightmare.
Few teens are getting the nine hours of sleep per night that researchers say they need. Here's what you can you do about it.
Find out what the common issues are for kids and sleep, and what you can do to address the problems, and make sure everyone gets a good night's sleep.
If your child is showing signs of depression, it might have to do with something you never thought of... sleep.
There are telltale signs your toddler's ready to switch up his sleep schedule from two naps to one. Find out if your baby's ready to say goodbye to siestas now.
Since almost every newborn goes through a period of frequent night waking, it's common to feel totally sleep deprived for the first few months. Curb your exhaustion by looking forâand tacklingâthese common baby sleep issues.
As a parent, you know that putting your baby to sleep on her back is crucial to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; but new SIDS risk factors could be threatening your baby. Get them now.
There are eight easy things that every parent can do to get back to good nights (and days) in no time.
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