When Kids Share a Room: How to Keep Your Baby From Waking Up a Sibling

When your baby shares a bedroom with an older sibling, sleep-training can be extra tricky! Baby sleep expert Ingrid Prueher helps one family find a method that works for them.

Baby Sleep Solution: How to Keep Baby From Waking Up Sibling in the Same Room

Ingrid Prueher, a.k.a. "The Baby Sleep Whisperer,” meets Jill, a mother-of-two whose 6-month old baby, Logan, wakes up screaming three times a night, disturbing 5-year-old Olivia, who shares a room with him. Ingrid shows Jill a method to get Logan to self-soothe and sleep through the night.

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