Sometimes your toddler just won't sleep through the night. Here you'll learn how to figure out what's standing between your toddler and a restful night's sleep with our guide to common sleep issues (there's quite a few!).
My 3-year-old has started waking up every night. What can we do about this?
What's the best way to keep a toddler from crawling out of his crib to avoid sleeping?
Here's the low-down on this condition.
Bedtime issues often linger long past your child's first birthday. The trick is teaching your child to fall asleep on her own.
Sleep struggles are common among 2- and 3-year-olds, as a result of the huge developmental changes they're going through. Use our guide to determine what's behind your kid's restless nights and ultimately get her on a saner sleep schedule.
Night terrors are common in young kids. This is what causes them, and how to help your child.
We'll help you figure out the cause of your child's slumber trouble, so you both can get more rest.
Switching to a bed is a major milestone. Help your kid sleep well in his new digs.
They're too young to vote, too young to drive, but not too young for sleep disorders. We'll help you all get some shut-eye.
Are you struggling with getting your child to sleep? Get the solutions to toddler bedtime issues.
Is putting your little one to bed a constant battle? Here, Parents advisory-board member Jodi Mindell, Ph.D., author of Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night's Sleep (HarperCollins, 1997), offers strategies for helping babies and big kids alike get the rest they need.
Our child development expert handles a mom's concerns about her toddler's new fear of the dark.
Learn how to wean a reluctant child from her bedtime bottle.
Though nightmares usually don't start until around age 3, your child may occasionally awaken during the night from a bad dream. Here's how to help your youngster settle back to sleep.
Endless stalling, toothbrush battles, and pleas for just one more story -- preschoolers know how to drag out their nightime routine. Here, expert strategies for overcoming sleep struggles.
Fred and Jeanette have 18-month-old twin boys who have never slept through the night and frequently end up in their parents' bed. It's the baby sleep whisperer to the rescue!
Sleep-training one child is tricky enough, let alone getting two little ones on the same nighttime schedule. Baby sleep expert Ingrid Prueher helps one family find a solution.
Sleep-deprived parents, listen up! A new study says waking up at the same time every day, including weekends, is healthier than sleeping in.
Developmental changes, teething, separation anxiety, and fear of the dark can create bedtime problems for your two-year-old. Knowing how to respond can keep your nightmares to a minimum.
Green monsters, clowns, or shadows at night -- whatever your preschooler's fears, you can find ways to help ease her anxieties.
Why do my kids have these strange episodes?
Your Children's Sleep Questions Answered by Q&A with Dr. Jodi Mindell
Congratuations on sleep-training your baby! Now, you're on to the real challege: getting your toddler to sleep.
If your child is awake when he should be snoozing, we'll help him get the rest he needs.
Expert advice for one mom whose 2-year-old often wakes in the night when mom attends to a newborn sibling.