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It's not safe for babies to sleep with pillows and other soft, loose bedding items. But what about toddlers? Find out when you might safely introduce a pillow.
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Bedtime battles are often the norm during the toddler years, but a smart, consistent night time routine can help prep your child for slumber. Find out how to help your tot get a good night’s sleep.
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One minute, he’s crying. The next, he wants a drink of water. You just want him to get some shut-eye. Follow these steps to get your toddler to go to sleep without a struggle.
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Yes, babies sleep a lot, and so do toddlers. They're busy growing and playing, which takes a lot of energy! But is it possible to sleep too much? Find out the answer.
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At what age is it safe to give my 15-month-old baby a pillow to sleep on when he goes to bed?
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I have a 16-month-old daughter and she really likes to sleep. She will go to bed at 8 p.m. and not get up until 8:30 or 9 a.m. And then she will lie back down around 11 or 11:30 a.m. and sleep for a couple more hours. Is this all right, to let her sleep that long?
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My 20-month-old wakes from a nap in a very bad mood. He is inconsolable even if you give him everything he wants. The moment he gets it, he doesn't want it; then he throws it or pushes it away. As his anger progresses he wants to hurt whoever is holding him. He does this by pulling hair or grabbing and twisting clothing or jewelry. We have resorted to time-outs when trying to console does not work and he tries to hurt us. For the time-out, he is put in a child-safe bedroom alone with the door shut. Of course we are right outside the door waiting. As soon as there is a break in the screaming, we open the door and ask if he is all done. He usually screams "no" and tries to re-shut the door himself. This happens three or four times until he can be coaxed to come out and have fun with us. Sometimes, but not always, if he is fed immediately upon waking his mood changes and we avoid all the upset. But we can never tell if that will work or we will be wearing the food. Are we handling this in the right manner or is there a better way? How long can we expect this behavior to continue?
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Our kids have been working so hard to master standing and walking. Pursuing those goals may have upset their daily routines, though, especially their sleeping and napping schedules. Get some tips on coping with sleep disruption.
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Bedtime can be a struggle for our toddlers. We can help make it easier for them by sticking to a familiar routine, such as snuggling in a chair and reading a story. And don't forget the blankie or teddy! Get more tips on bedtime rituals.
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It's the end of the day, and everyone is tired (make that exhausted!). But getting our little ones to settle down and fall asleep can be tricky. Find out how to set up an effective bedtime routine.
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Whether you're a new parent or an old pro, you probably wonder from time to time if your baby is getting enough sleep. (You know you're not getting enough!) Check out these handy age-based sleep guidelines.
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