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Potty Training

3-year-old son- aversion to underwear

Last night we had some nice steps forward with potty training- two pees on the potty (one in potty,...

Potty Training

Questions and answers for those moms facing potty training problem

Today I had the pleasure to speak with a world renowned potty training expert by the name of Carol...

Moms of Toddlers

Fever from teething?

Hi moms! My 14.5 month old cameDown with a fever two days ago and still has no other symptoms. We we...

Moms of Toddlers

Question for Moms with light eyed little ones!

I know that most Caucasian babies are born with dark blue eyes that take a few weeks to change into...

Potty Training

Help with 3 1/2 year old!!!

Hello there,I have been trying to potty train my 3 1/2 year old daughter now for almost a year. She...

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Tips for Putting Your Child to Bed

By Patti Teel www.pattiteel.com

Getting your child to sleep is about much more than what happens once they get into bed. Here are some ways to establish a healthy bedtime routine each and every night:   » Read more

The night visitor: Trips to the parent’s bed

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of Gentle Baby Care and The No-Cry Sleep Solution

If your house echoes with the sound of pat-pat-pat down the hallway when your child leaves his room to climb into your bed in the middle of the night, rest assured that you are not alone. It’s perfectly natural for a toddler or preschooler to search out his parents for comfort and security – it’s a sign of his trust and his deep love for you. » Read more

The Baby's Coming! How to Make Sure Your Older Kids are Sleeping Through the Night

By Patti Teel, www.pattiteel.com

If you are expecting a baby and already have one or more children, it’s wise to solve their sleep problems before the new baby arrives. Remember, a newborn typically awakens every three to four hours and adapting to a new baby’s schedule is very tiring for everyone in the house. » Read more

Solving Naptime Problems

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution

Napping is an important element of your child’s healthy mental and physical growth. A daily nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy, focus, and ability to learn for the rest of the day. » Read more

Nightmares, Night Terrors and Fears

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of Gentle Baby Care and The No-Cry Sleep Solution

The lack of adequate, restful sleep can affect your child’s mood, behavior, health, memory and growth. If there is anything standing in the way of a good night’s sleep it’s important to address the issue and solve the problem. Following is a list of typical sleep disrupters and possible solutions. » Read more

Night Terrors

What is a night terror? A night terror is not the same as a nightmare. A night terror occurs when a child is partially awakened from a very deep sleep. Sleepwalking is also another example of partial arousal from a deep sleep. Night terrors generally happen shortly after a child falls asleep. Sometime during the first fifteen minutes of sleep the body goes into the deep non-REM sleep. » Read more

Eight Sleep Tips for Every Child

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution

The following ideas are of value to almost any sleeper, of any age. These tips can bring improvement not only in your child’s sleep, but also in her daytime mood and last, but not least – improvements in your own sleep and outlook as well. # 1 Maintain a consistent bedtime and awaking time. » Read more

Bedtime Without Battles

Do your kids fight going to bed? Are you looking for ideas on how to get your kids in bed and keep them in bed? Below is a list of our best bedtime tips. » Read more

Ready to Stop Co-Sleeping?

How to Get Your Toddler Out of Your Bed » Read more

Is your child getting enough sleep?

How to recognize an overtired toddler » Read more