Baby Sleep Tips

Getting your baby to sleep through the night is a milestone every parent lusts for. But when it comes to sleep each baby is different, and as a result what works for one, won't necessarily work for the other. Here you'll get our best collection of sleep tips and advice to get your baby to bed.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Taking Cara Babies Drama—Straight From the Sleep Expert Herself
Some parents are boycotting baby sleep influencer Cara Dumaplin, founder of Taking Cara Babies, for donating to Trump. Here's what you need to know.
This Zip-Up Swaddle Is 'Literally the Best Thing' for Transitioning Your Baby to a Sleep Sack
The Love to Dream Swaddle UP Transition Bag goes from a soothing arms-up swaddle to a cozy hands-free sleep sack with ease, according to its Amazon reviews.
Sleep Training Your Baby: 7 Tips for Success
Ready to sleep train your baby? These expert-approved tips can help your little one snooze through the night.
We Asked a Pediatrician and a Sleep Consultant The Best Way to Sleep Train, Here's What They Said
My infant's sleepless nights were affecting me so much that I had a fender bender. I decided it was time to sleep train and turned to the experts to get their tips. Here's what I learned.
4 Baby Exercises That Can Actually Help Her Sleep
These smart stretches and moves can be done during the day in order to help your baby fall asleep when the sun goes down.
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Does Your Baby Need a SIDS Monitor?
We spoke with two pediatricians to learn about the benefits and risks of using a SIDS prevention monitor, as well as investigated the latest studies and statistics, to find out if they are worth trying.
Why You Should Definitely Swaddle Your Baby
Swaddling gives babies security that feels familiar to the womb. Dr. Harvey Karp, author of Happiest Toddler on the Block, shares how swaddling keeps babies safe and helps promote good sleep. 

Dad Bores Poor Baby to Sleep With Work Stories

Could the key to getting our kids to sleep be as simple as telling them about our jobs?