Establishing a consistent sleep schedule for your baby can make a world of difference in helping him sleep and be the happy baby you want him to be. Here you'll learn how much sleep your baby needs, what's the right schedule for him, how to develop bedtime routines, and more.
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Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How can I get my baby to sleep later in the morning?
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It's never too early to start a bedtime routine with your baby. In fact most babies will be receptive to a schedule around 6-8 weeks. Bedtime routines calm your child and prepare him for a good night's sleep, which is vital to happiness (both yours and Baby's) in the morning!
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.
From breakfast to bedtime, a set routine can make the days--and nights--a lot more manageable.
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.
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Expert advice on getting your baby to eat and sleep on a regular and predictable basis.
How to create one that works for you and your child.
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.
Teach baby how to sleep through the night without any nighttime feedings.
Here's how you and baby can both catch some zzzs.
Is getting your baby to sleep impossible? These bedtime strategies worked for real parents.
An age-by-age guide to get baby into a daily routine that will help her sleep soundly at night, too.
One mom attempts to sleep-train her baby in five days.
Has your baby made the breastfeed-to-sleep association? That's what happened with 6-month-old Lila and her exhausted mombut Baby Sleep Whisperer Ingrid Prueher was on hand to help!
Find out how and when to get babies to sleep during the day.
Is baby's bedtime a battlefield? Here's how to transport your child back to the Land of Nod.
Check out these real-life solutions for common baby sleep problems.
Having a daily routine is good for your little one -- and for you. Here's how to get started.
How to get your baby's sleep schedule back on track.