A first-time mom is really concerned about her four-month old’s poor falling asleep sleep habits. But is it realistically the right time to effectively tackle sleep training?
A baby who previously would fall asleep easily can now only do so in the arms of her mom and no one else. The parents are on the brink of hiring an expensive sleep trainer. Can something be done first?
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 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 mom needs advice on how to smoothly transition her 5 month old baby from co-sleeping to the crib and to do so with a toddler in the house.
The mom of an infant is having a super hard time with her night wakings and she needs help establishing a healthy sleep plan for her baby daughter.
A mom has found herself in an intense bedtime power struggle with her toddler. We help her establish a plan to sleep success.
A three-and-a-half-month old champion sleeper is now waking up every two hours during the night. Is this a sleep regression and how should the parents handle it?
An update from a sleep deprived mom on what advice worked for her on safely sleep training her infant son whose night waking and cries were disturbing her older daughter’s sleep.
I need to sleep train my infant son but am concerned about waking my toddler daughter who is a super-light sleeper.
For some reason, most young children like to start their day at the break of dawn. Thankfully for us weary parents, there are some great clocks on the market, designed to help teach your kids to stay in their rooms until an acceptable wake-up hour.
I am going on a trip when my baby is 8-months old. Am I letting my baby develop bad sleep habits that will make it difficult for her grandparents to take care of her four months from now?
This mom needs help with her super early morning riser, a baby that only seems to need the minimum of sleep.
I have a 5 year old, a 2 year old and a 4.5 month old. And none of them are getting enough sleep. Help!