Two moms and an expert weigh in.
How to help your child through scary times.
Although for most children it is not an every night problem, the unpredictability of bedwetting can be enough to affect self-image and esteem, confidence and social interaction. But what can be done?
Your teenager yawns through class, naps after school, and practically needs a bullhorn to get out of bed in the morning. Rest assured (no pun intended), the odds are your teen is healthy, just sleep-deprived.
What's the best thing we can do as parents? Teach our kids to read? Provide more emotional intelligence support? These are all fine and good, but sleeping well is one thing I'm trying really hard to instill in the kids.
Tech is a big part of my daily life. Bedtime proves to me that we’re at the tip of the iceberg and I’m going to charge forward and find out how to make everyone’s lives even better.
How old should a child be before he can sleep through the night without wetting the bed and how do I know if he’s ready to go without pull-ups?
According to a recent study, consistent nighttime routine can help your child fall asleep faster, sleep better and experience fewer and shorter night wakings.
Adjusting to the disappearance of nap time.
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