The Top 17 Most Common Sleep Questions…Answered

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  • August 06, 2013

Baby Sleep VideosHave you heard of Kids in the House? It’s a great parenting resource, built upon the idea that there IS no parenting manual, and everyone is looking for answers. I am honored to be part of this amazing project. Their website contains literally thousands of 60-second (or less) videos on the topics that you are wondering about. Sometimes you don’t have time to read a blog post, or just want a quick answer (or even reassurance that you’re doing everything right), which is why I’ve included all 17 of my 45-60 second videos here for you to view!

My baby sleep video topics include  some of the top questions that I receive from parents, just like you. In these videos, I’ll cover a myriad of baby and toddler sleep issues, including naps, sleeping with noise, crying, early rising, sleep training, and even travel. I love that each topic is quick, concise, and answers a specific question. I’ve split the videos into two sections for easy and quick viewing. I hope that you find these videos helpful!

Kids in the House Baby Sleep Videos

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Which topic did you find most helpful?

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Kim West
Kim is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been a practicing child and family therapist for more than 24 years, and the creator of the original gentle, proven method to get a good night’s sleep for you and your child. She is the author of The Sleep Lady's Good Night Sleep Tight, its companion Workbook and 52 Sleep Secrets for Babies. Click here to read more about her.

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