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Daylight saving time is here and no doubt you have had trouble with your little one adjusting to the new schedule.
Getting them to sleep an hour earlier can be tricky and often in our busy lives we have not had time to do it progressively during the week before.
Here are some tips to help get your little one to sleep — even if it is an hour earlier.
Snoring isn’t just a nuisance. It can be a risk for moms and their unborn children.
Struggling with a difficult kid? You might want to look at how often he actually gets to bed on time.
Summer’s ending. It’s back to work. Back to the school routines. And, oh, no. Sleep schedules.
I wanted to learn how some parents get their kids to sleep by 7:30 p.m. That’s insane to me.
So I asked a sleep expert for help.
Toddlers who miss just one daily nap show more anxiety, less joy and curiosity, and a poorer understanding of how to solve problems, found a Journal of Sleep Research study.
Chronically sleep-deprived children are also at higher risk for mood-related problems.
If your child is younger than 3 years, he still needs a daily nap, says Parents advisor Jodi Mindell, PhD. author of “Sleeping Through the Night.”
Click the headline to get the doctor’s advice on how to nap a child.
A midnight showing of “Hunger Games” would prove that I’m still young and spontaneous. Right?
Getting the kids to bed is a task – a tedious task.
At 8 p.m., I finished giving the kids their rounds of baths. Jammers on. Hair braided. And in bed, well, sort of.
They bounced on their beds.
As I tucked my daughters in their beds, Little Bobby poked his head into his sisters’ room.
“Can we watch just one more movie?” he asked.
“No. Lights off,” I said.
He ran to his room, shut the door and played with his Lego set.
He’s 8 and much older than the tots. So I ignored the plastic blocks pinging off the wall. At least, I tried to.
(Click the headline to read more.)
At 2, our kids stopped napping and research now says they may face emotional problems.
Who says they can’t sleep in a crib forever?