How many hours of sleep does your toddler need each day? And how does that change as she graduates to preschool? Here you'll learn about your toddler's sleep schedule and find ideas for structuring resting hours.
A new study has linked childhood obesity to inconsistent routines around mealtime, screen time, and, most importantly, bedtime.
Follow this sleep plan to make sure your little one gets enough rest throughout the day.
Hectic family routines are pushing kids' bedtimes back. Could it affect your child's health?
Can't get your little one to nap or stay asleep during bedtime? These baby and toddler sleep apps full of lullabies and soothing sounds will help her drift off into dreamland.
Tired of always doing the same old, same old? Your toddler's not!
Help your preschooler get to bed (and stay there) without a major fuss.
We'll help you figure out the cause of your child's slumber trouble, so you both can get more rest.
Fred and Jeanette have 18-month-old twin boys who have never slept through the night and frequently end up in their parents' bed. It's the baby sleep whisperer to the rescue!
Your child has infinite filibuster tactics to avoid being rushed out the door or whisked off to bed. But these wise ideas are sure to bring a calmer a.m. and p.m.
Making sure your child gets enough rest is healthy--for the both of you. Here are some tips on how to help her sleep soundly.
Jenny and Greg have a two-year-old who rarely sleeps through the night and are expecting baby #2. Ingrid helps the anxious couple back off protracted sleep rituals and sleep train their toddler.
Do longer days mean later bedtimes in your house? Here's why a consistent sleep schedule is still important.
Sleep-training one child is tricky enough, let alone getting two little ones on the same nighttime schedule. Baby sleep expert Ingrid Prueher helps one family find a solution.
Here's how to help your kids fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up in their own bed--no matter what their age.
Getting a child to bed every evening can be a real challenge. The trick is establishing a comforting nighttime routine that is both fun and soothing.
Enforcing bedtime rules is difficult for many parents. But following these simple guidelines can help you stick to a routine that both you and your child will appreciate.
Here's why putting your toddler to bed at 8 p.m. could benefit his health in a decade.
Should we get into a routine after a break from school?
These sleep-inducing tricks and tips worked for other parents and they just might work for your family.