Baby Sleep Tips
Getting your baby to sleep through the night is a milestone every parent lusts for. But when it comes to sleep each baby is different, and as a result what works for one, won't necessarily work for the other. Here you'll get our best collection of sleep tips and advice to get your baby to bed.
Grandparents, friends, and society flood parents with well-meaning advice, but how can Mom and Dad be sure they are receiving accurate information? With help from Dr. Andrew Adesman and his book "Baby Facts", we separate baby myths from reality.
Is getting your baby to sleep impossible? These bedtime strategies worked for real parents.
Even when they no longer need nightly feedings, some babies have trouble falling -- and staying -- asleep. Here are some strategies for solving the sleep problem.
Whether you're trying to help a tired baby go to sleep, or teach a toddler how to count, nursery rhymes and lullabies can be an entertaining way to accomplish many goals.
Teach baby how to sleep through the night without any nighttime feedings.
Listening to your baby cry it out can be heartbreaking. Here are some tips to make sleep training easier on both you and your baby.
After you have a baby, you'll probably need more sleep than ever before. Here's how to get it.
You don't have to cry it out to eliminate your baby's nighttime wakings. Kim West, author of "Good Night, Sleep Tight: The Sleep Lady's Gentle Guide to Helping Your Baby Go to Sleep Must-Know Advice from the Sleep Lady" and "The Good Night, Sleep Tight Workbook", explains how to implement her Sleep Lady Shuffle -- and have the whole family snoozing better in two weeks.
Turns out that getting a little one to sleep when you have his older sibling's schedule to contend with isn't as impossible as it seems.
Learn 15 brilliant strategies for exhausted new mommies.
Want your child to sleep during the day like a champ? Follow our seven rules.
Master this soothing technique in five simple steps.
Find out when your baby is ready to start sleep training.
Baby sleep whisperer Ingrid Prueher meets Eric and Laura, whose baby will only go to sleep when her mother rocks her, and sleeps in a portable rocker. Ingrid shows them how to break bad bedtime habits and get the baby to sleep through the night.
The surprising reason more babies are being put to sleep in cardboard boxes.
Here's how you and baby can both catch some zzzs.
One mom attempts to sleep-train her baby in five days.
Rubbing your baby the right way can help her sleep soundly, grow faster, and get smarter.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, At what age can babies be spoiled by holding them while they sleep?
An age-by-age guide to get baby into a daily routine that will help her sleep soundly at night, too.
Is baby's bedtime a battlefield? Here's how to transport your child back to the Land of Nod.
Lauren and Rich have a five-month-old who feeds twice in the middle of the night. Lauren, a teacher, is only getting about three hours of sleep a night. Ingrid shows her how to alter the nursing schedule to ensure the baby doesn't wake up every three hours.
Giving you child the best night's sleep may all be in the design.
Ingrid Prueher, a.k.a. "The Baby Sleep Whisperer, meets Lisa, a mom of three whose youngest daughter, 6-month-old Lila, always needs to be nursed to sleep. Ingrid shows her how to regulate her babys feed length and wean her off of breastfeeding to sleep.
Ingrid Prueher, a.k.a. "The Baby Sleep Whisperer," meets new mom Marianna, whose 9-month-old baby, Channing, wakes up as soon as she puts him down in his crib and will only go to sleep in her bed. Ingrid shows her how to break bad bedtime habits and get Channing accustomed to sleeping in his crib.