A toddler is refusing to nap but clearly still needs it. Amalah thinks there’s really another common sleep issue at work here.
A mom writes in for help with her previously champion sleeper who can now take up to 2 hours falling asleep on his own in his big kid bed.
An expectant mom needs help sorting out her toddler’s nap schedule without too much disruption especially before the new baby arrives. Which is basically any minute now.
A mom is eager to get her family of non-morning people started with their daily routine earlier in the day. Her New Year’s resolution is not faring so well thus far and turns to Amalah for some advice.
Parents have the go-ahead from their pediatrician to help their baby learn to fall asleep on his own. Where should they start? With nighttime or naps?
A mom of a four-month old baby needs help with starting to set a nap schedule with her daughter as well as getting her to fall asleep drowsy without nursing.
How do you gradually shift a toddler’s bedtime to later without disturbing the universe?
A baby is champion afternoon sleeper and still manages to sleep through the night. It’s a different schedule but is that so bad?
Help! My toddler has a hard time falling asleep without nursing and has now figured out how to climb out of the crib. How do I deal with these two sleep challenges?
A mom is having a very hard time with getting her champion nighttime eight-month-old sleeper to nap during the day. Both mom and baby are miserable and cranky by day’s end. Is there a solution?
A mom is experiencing the Terrible Threes for the first time and needs advice on handling battles and bed- and dinnertime.
A new mom wants to know whether she is setting her newborn up for terrible sleep habits later on. We breakdown what matters in infant sleep and when.
A mom or two kids (who share a room) needs advice on scheduling naps for her toddler so that it doesn’t negatively interfere with bedtime for both kids.
My baby used to take a third nap. Now he won’t, and he’s turning into a gremlin every evening. What do I do?
My four-month-old sleeps great at night. So why is she treating naps like some form of child abuse?
My infant son goes to bed at 4 p.m. and sleeps through the night. That isn’t as awesome as it sounds.
My baby’s nap schedule is a mess and it’s driving us both crazy. How can I get her to take regular naps?