If your baby has problems sleeping, there are things you can try to get him to sleep longer. Here you'll learn about common sleep problems that parents encounter, and ways to fix them. We'll even show you how to get your baby to sleep through the night.
Tired of your baby staying awake late into the night? Learn how to get him (and you!) a good night's sleep with these baby sleep solutions.
Does your baby or toddler love the nightlife? We have the answers to your biggest sleep problems.
Here's how you and baby can both catch some zzzs.
We asked hundreds of moms for their favorite good night songs and these tunes came up again and again.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Why is my 19-month-old so clingy all of a sudden?
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Why isn't my baby sleeping very much?
We're guessing that your newborn prefers to get most of her shut-eye in your arms. Use this guide to make the transition to the crib for deeper, safer slumber.
Is it okay if your child needs to suck his thumb to nod off?
It's the complaint we hear from every exhausted new parent. We've got the solutions that put an end to all-nighters.
Having difficulty getting your little one to nap or to snooze through the night? Check out some of the most common sleepy-time missteps and how to avoid them.
All babies will fall asleep eventually. Some just need a little more help than others.
Are you a slave to the baby monitor? Breaking your child's bad sleep habits is one of the most important things you can do for his health -- and yours.
Could it be colic? Know the symptoms and the proven ways to end the tears.
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.
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.
A new study has found that the more time young kids spend using touchscreen devices, the more likely they are to have trouble sleeping.
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.
Mom pulls "top secret escape mission" to leave her sleeping baby's room for the night.
Get wise to the five habits that make nighttime a nightmare for new parents, and finally score the shut-eye you and your baby need.
If your nights are an endless cycle of wake-ups, you're doing something wrong. Try these tweaks for babies, toddlers, and preschool-aged kids.
After you have a baby, you'll probably need more sleep than ever before. Here's how to get it.
Out of nowhere, your star sleeper is up in the middle of the night again. Don't panic, we'll help everyone rest easy.
Want your child to sleep during the day like a champ? Follow our seven rules.
Check out these tips to help you identify what type of sleeper your baby is--and help her get a better night's sleep!
The Parents advisor and creator of the DVD and book The Happiest Baby on the Block is back with sleep advice that promises to help you solve most infant and toddler struggles in less than a week.