Sleep Basics

Deal with sleep problems and take proactive measures to ensure that your child – and you – get enough sleep, and at the right times.
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My child regularly has nightmares. What can I do to...
Unlike night terrors, nightmares truly are bad dreams, that occur during the dream or REM sleep...
Night terrors: what are they and what can I do?
Night terrors are terrifying for parents, but for the children who have them, they’re not even...
What amount of napping is normal for my two and a half...
By the time your child is two years old and older, his or her napping requirements have probably...
Sleepwalking: should I wake my child?
In spite of what you have heard, waking a sleepwalker is not dangerous, although it’s not the...
Wetting the bed: how can I help my child to stop?
Night time potty training is a big part of the potty training process, and it can be one of the...
Feeding during the night: what if my toddler won't...
Once your child is older than six months, you shouldn't need to do night time feeding.
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