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.
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?
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.
How do you gradually shift a toddler’s bedtime to later without disturbing the universe?
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.
How to help a toddler who wakes up way too early stay in bed longer and get some more sleep and enjoy the day.
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?
Sleep deprived parents are divided on whether their young toddler is ready to sleep over at his grandparents’ and it’s led to marital strife.
A mom will be traveling with her toddler for the first time and is very anxious about the airplane rides and the change in sleep and mealtime routines.
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 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.
A mom is experiencing the Terrible Threes for the first time and needs advice on handling battles and bed- and dinnertime.
A new baby is on the way and the parents have different opinions if their young toddler should give us his crib to the new baby and move to a toddler bed or stay in his current crib.
A mom needs help with her husband and his shaming of their sensitive toddler son for his recent and many crying bouts.
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.