Bedtime schedules are important for both parents and kids. We know that sleep comes more easily and the body functions most efficiently on a regular schedule. On the other hand, an extra 15 minutes now and then won’t hurt.
Kids who will fight you on going to bed require that you have a better plan than they do. If they fight you, and you simply fight back, this is not a plan. This is a battle! And you don’t want to get in a battle every night before bedtime.
Is there a struggle every night in your household? The kids just don't want to go to bed? This video provides some tips to make bedtime a positive routine.
Healthy sleep habits are such an important and vital part of healthy development for children, yet for many families, the bed time routine is a huge hassle then try these tips for a peaceful bedtime routine.
Need some simple bedtime strategies? Here's a list of what to do and what not to do with your toddler when night falls.
You’re in the midst of your bedtime routine, but your baby who would ideally be getting drowsy and relaxed right about now is instead arching her back, pulling away from you, crying, and generally fighting sleep.
Getting your kid to bed early has more benefits than just a few hours of quiet time at night. New research explains how sleep may help children fight obesity, avoid colds, and succeed in school.
Some bedtime problems have relatively simple remedies. This article reviews the common causes of bedtime troubles, and suggests practical solutions for coping with them.
Even if your child shows signs of giving up precious daily dozes, active toddlers need naps Here's how to keep her happily bagging some extra sleep.
Sleep struggles are common among 2- and 3-year-olds, as a result of the huge developmental changes they're going through. Use our guide to determine what's behind your kid's restless nights and ultimately get them to sleep.
It is important to sleep and wake up around the same time every day. This helps in better functioning of the body clock. Limit after-school activities. Avoid studying and playing video games just before bedtime.
Even though getting your new baby to sleep through the night can be a real task, with a little practice (and a whole lot of patience), you can get your little bundle of joy snoozing long enough for you to catch up on some sleep. Here are a few tip...