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.
How do you handle a toddler who has become very effective at stalling bedtime?
A mom wants to start a behavior reward chart for her toddler with whom she’s been working on staying in her own bed all night. At what age do you start one and how do you begin?
A mom needs help with her toddler’s bedtime routine. He’s great at stalling and she is concerned because he is at the point where he can climb out of his crib. What should she do?
Amalah helps a mom identify her baby as a “tension increaser” and figure out an alternative to the Ferber Method as a sleep training option for their family.
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 three is having a very hard time deciphering her 8 month old’s sleep schedule after several months of trying. There’s no pattern and she needs help establishing a routine that is predictable for her family.
A school boy with ADHD is having an extra hard time falling asleep recently and its causing lots of stress on the family. This is not an uncommon problem amongst special need school-aged kids. Amalah has some advice.
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.
A toddler has gone through lots of major life transitions recently and its leading to night terrors. What can her parents do to help her get a better night’s sleep?
A mom needs help gently weaning her toddler son who can’t fall asleep without breastfeeding.
A couple of weeks ago we answered a letter from a mom who was nervous about the guilt she would feel about sleep training her baby who she knew needed the help. We get an update on how our advice worked out for her family.
How to help a toddler who wakes up way too early stay in bed longer and get some more sleep and enjoy the day.
A mom who wants to try the Ferber Method sleep training with her six month old is concerned about her guilt.
A nine month old baby is refusing to drink his bottle and instead waking up more often in the middle of the night hungry, right at the developmental stage when his parents were expecting to get more, not less sleep.
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?
The young child of a recently separated couple is facing separation anxiety at bedtime especially after some inconsistency in the nighttime routine. Should his mom stick to his regular schedule or give in to his co-sleeping requests?
The mom of a toddler needs sleep advice for when traveling. She has had bad experiences getting her daughter to sleep when traveling and is considering forgoing a summer trip because of it. There must be a better way. We have some advice.
A dad needs help with this baby’s sleep schedule and getting the baby to sleep in longer. The baby wakes up too early and no one (including the baby) is happy about it.
A mom has found herself in an intense bedtime power struggle with her toddler. We help her establish a plan to sleep success.