My friend and her husband are in the midst of a nighttime war. Their son, a happy, healthy six-month-old, is a little night owl. He’s master of many things – babbling, solid foods, two-toothed smiles – but falling asleep on his own is not one of them. Bedtime involves the elaborate treatment of bouncing, rocking, MORE »
We hear a lot about nighttime sleep, but naps are tricky in their own right. And sometimes it seems like just when we’ve got it figured out, things change. Many babies go through a stage, usually between two and five months, when they take short naps – maddening for moms, who then have to decide MORE »
My mom instinct says there's a deeper problem than what doctors tell me.
Chances are, someone during those early exhausting days of parenthood promised you’d find the path to healthy sleep habits and a happy child thanks to Dr. Marc Weissbluth. His introduction to the annals of sleep touched on crying it out, no-cry and preventing it all, and more than one million copies have been sold since MORE »
Should my new granddaughter be sleeping all day?
Why is co-sleeping more common in the East?
Against Rooming In. I loved my new baby, but after a grueling labor I just wanted to sleep. By Kim Brooks for Babble.com By Kim Brooks for Babble.com
I loved my new baby but after a grueling labor, I just wanted to sleep.
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