Establishing a bedtime routine can prevent sleep problems from happening. Learn about the basics of baby sleep at every age.
Does your baby or toddler love the nightlife? We have the answers to your biggest sleep problems.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Should I be swaddling my baby when she goes to sleep?
Here are five tips you can use to make bedtime more pleasant for your baby and entire family.
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.
Are your nights an endless cycle of wakeups? Worried you're doing something wrong? Try these sleep tweaks for babies, toddlers, and preschool-aged kids.
Most babies are ready to sleep through the night by 3 to 4 months -- if their parents let them. Learn how these common mom-and-dad errors can turn your baby into a poor sleeper.
After you have a baby, you'll probably need more sleep than ever before. Here's how to get it.
The best time to start sleep training your baby varies by age and stage.
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.
Restful sleep is crucial to your baby's development during the first months of life. Check out this guide for everything you need to know about newborn sleep.
Teach baby how to sleep through the night without any nighttime feedings.
Getting your baby to nap and sleep through the night is good for the entire family. The key to making it happen? Knowing the changes he's going through during his first year and what you can do to help him become a champion sleeper. Sweet dreams!
With California the 10th state to offer free cardboard baby boxes that double as cribs, we got experts to weigh in on the Finnish trend that aims to curb SIDS.
New and expectant moms in New Jersey can go home with cardboard boxes for their babies to sleep in. Here's why that's kind of a big deal.
As Baby approaches her first year, you'll notice some changes in her sleeping habits. These expert tips will help you handle them with ease.
Real moms share their best advice on sleep training Baby, from bedtime routines and special blankets to soothing music and nighttime nursing.
Here's how you and baby can both catch some zzzs.
Congratulations! You've made it through the worst of the sleepless nights and are ready to move into establishing a bedtime routine for Baby. A full night of sleep is within your reach!
While your baby will have her own sleep rhythm, here's what you can generally expect.
When you're a first-time parent, it's better to sound silly than be sorry. We had pediatricians answer a dozen baby-care queries you were too embarrassed to ask.
Tips and expert advice on how to get baby to sleep during the first year.
Did you know that the features of your baby's sleep area can affect her risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death, such as suffocation? Reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of death by creating a safe sleep environment for your baby.
Fed up with those frequent night wakings? Can't bear to let your baby cry it out? Wondering how to get your newborn on the right path to dreamland? Kim West, author of Good Night, Sleep Tight: The Sleep Lady's Gentle Guide to Helping Your Baby Go to Sleep and The Good Night, Sleep Tight Workbook, has the answers.
Find out when your baby is ready to start sleep training.
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Teach your baby to fall asleep on his own by helping him practice self soothing.