A young child just won’t stay in his bed no matter what his parents try and it’s clear that fear of staying in his bed alone is at the root of the problem.
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.
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 mom needs help gently weaning her toddler son who can’t fall asleep without breastfeeding.
Is your teenager getting enough sleep? Probably not, but you can encourage good sleep habits and they’ll be healthier and happier for it.
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.
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.
Most teens don’t get enough sleep, but it’s not as though we can force them into REM. How do we keep them healthy and keep out of bedtime battles?
A mom has found herself in an intense bedtime power struggle with her toddler. We help her establish a plan to sleep success.
A mom needs help getting her toddler who is experiencing a sleep regression back to his champion sleeping ways.
What is the routine, schedule, or general guidelines for when infant feeding and sleeping should happen for 12- week old babies?
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.
We put the most popular kids’ night lights through their paces and pick our favorites.
I need to sleep train my infant son but am concerned about waking my toddler daughter who is a super-light sleeper.
Some mornings leave you only the option to laugh or cry. With a hat tip to Dr. Seuss, I’m attempting the former while channeling my kids.
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.
This mom needs help with her super early morning riser, a baby that only seems to need the minimum of sleep.
My great sleeper of an infant has started to wake-up and change our entire schedule. What do I do?
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?