Category: Toddler Sleep Problems

Toddler Sleep Problem: My 2 Year Old Toddler Won't Nap

  Would you like to have me answer your toddler sleep problem in my next video? If so, scroll down and submit your question in the comment section below. I will pick several questions a month to answer and post them here on the blog!   If you would rather read than watch my above…

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Toddler Sleep Problem: Tips for Ending Cribside Service

Weekly Toddler Sleep Problem for The Sleep Lady: “My 3 1/2 year old, who was a fabulous sleeper in the crib, has progressively gotten worse with her sleep habits since moving into a bed a year ago. Recently, she has been getting up multiple times in the middle of the night, going back to bed…

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Daylight Savings Time Tips for You and Your Child

Weekly Question for the Sleep Lady: Dear Sleep Lady, I am nervous about Daylight Savings Time this weekend! I finally got my daughter sleeping thru the night (with a few early mornings on occasion) and I don’t want to ruin our great progress! Can you give me some Daylight Saving tips? Nervously, Beth Dear Beth-…

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Toddler Sleep Problem: My Toddler Takes Cat Naps All Day Long!

Weekly Toddler Sleep Problem for The Sleep Lady: “My 14 month old sleeps wonderfully at night, I put her down at 7ish and she’ll sleep until 6 and after a quick cup of milk she’s back asleep until 7:30. BUT she’ll only take two 30-45 minute naps a day. She shows signs of sleepiness but…

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Is Potty Training Ruining Your Child's Sleep?

This week’s question for The Sleep Lady: “Help! My 2 year old is delaying his bedtime and waking up in the middle of the night to say he has to poop on the potty. Naturally, we are torn between risking a dirty diaper and letting him get out of bed only to sit on the…

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Baby Sleep Tips: Creating A Sleep Friendly Bedroom

Secret #12 -Your Baby will rest best in a “sleep-friendly” room.
Its fun to decorate nursery: the sweet bedding! adorable toys! lovely shower
Go ahead and make your baby’s room as cute as can be, but be sure to
incorporate a few elements that will help guarantee he’ll be able to sleep in
* walls painted soft, neutral or pale colors
* A dimmer on the overhead light or lamp–so you won’t have to perform those
wee hour feedings and diaper changes under glaring lights
* A night-light

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