The first step toward healthy sleep for your baby is to gradually decrease and eliminate all feeding during the night.
Sleep expert Dr. Daniel Lewin provides advice to a reader whose toddler refuses to nap at naptime since she stopped breastfeeding.
The amount of sleep your teen is getting and the regularity of their sleep schedule is most important, so sleeping until the late morning may actually be okay.
Co-sleeping is not inherently wrong and does necessary cause problems as long as the child is healthy and over 18 months of age.
Does your child have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep? You’re not alone!