Experts say the "cry it out" method does not cause Baby any harm if parents are consistent.
No More Sleepless Nights
A bad dream, a loud snore, a wet bed. What to do about the most common sleep disrupters.
Anxiety, insecurity, distractions -- these can all send your little one straight from her bed into yours. Luckily, you can break this bedtime habit. Here's how to encourage your child to sleep independently.
Tips to Make Bedtime Easier
Getting enough sleep is vital to your child's growth and development, not to mention your own sanity. Studies have shown that sleep-deprived kids get injured more often, they get sick more easily, their grades suffer -- and so do their moods. Try these 6 tried-and-true strategies to make it easier.
Study shows that kids who get the least amount of sleep are most likely to be overweight.
Expert strategies for solving common bedtime battles.
Occasional underpants wetting is not a problem. But if it happens frequently, it may be the result of a power struggle with your child.
When Do Kids Stop Napping?
We spoke with experts to learn when kids generally stop taking naps, with tips for smoothly ending daytime slumbers.
About one in ten kids this age can't stay dry at night. Luckily, there's a surprisingly simple solution.
An End to Bedwetting
The best strategies for nixing this nighttime problem.
Not-So Sweet Dreams
If your child is experiencing nightmares, don't assume they're the result of a traumatic event. The best response is to comfort her and explain that bad dreams aren't real.
Expert Advice on Sleep Routines
Top sleep experts help three frazzled families adopt a better bedtime schedule.
Help your child sleep through the night with these 10 pointers.
Dr. Alan Greene on Bed-Wetting
What is the real cause of my son's bed-wetting?
What can I do to help my child deal with nightmares?