Are you tired of being tired? Many babies keep their parents up at night, but there are proven solutions to help your child learn to sleep on their own and through the night, so you can get a good night's sleep too!

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The One Nap Schedule for Toddlers: Making the Switch

Making the switch from 2 naps to 1 doesn’t have to be difficult! Follow this simple one-nap schedule to help your toddler transition smoothly.

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A 6-Month-Old Sleep Schedule for a Well-Rested Baby

How much sleep and how many naps does a 6-month-old baby need? Here’s how parents can set up a consistent healthy sleep schedule for a well-rested baby.

Three years old child crying in bed because of nightmare.


Do Babies Have Nightmares?

When your baby cries out while asleep, you might wonder, do babies have nightmares? Learn more about what might be going on and what you can do about it.

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How to Teach a Baby to Self-Soothe

Self-soothing skills will help you and your baby get a better night’s sleep! Follow this simple guide on how to teach a baby to self-soothe to get started!

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18-Month Sleep Regression: A Guide for Tired Parents

The 18-month sleep regression can throw even the most seasoned parent for a loop. Make it easier by knowing the signs, tips, and tricks for getting through it.

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Can a Baby Sleep in a Pack N Play?

Can a baby sleep in a pack ‘n play? The simple answer is yes. Learn all you need to know to make sure it’s safe for your baby right here.

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How to Create a Toddler Sleep Schedule (Naps Included!)

Sleep schedules are critical to your child’s development and your sanity! Learn how to create the perfect toddler sleep schedule so everyone gets enough sleep.

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When Do Toddlers Stop Napping?

How do you know when your toddler is ready to drop naps? We tell you everything you need to know about your toddler’s transition away from daytime naps.

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When to Transition to One Nap From Two

If your baby is ready, we’ve got everything you need to know about making the shift to one nap from two. Checkout our nap transition guide to make the switch.

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Do Preemies Sleep More Than Full-Term Babies?

Preemies sleep more than full-term babies but may have trouble getting good sleep due to their underdevelopment. Learn what you need for successful preemie rest.

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5 Surprising Benefits of Using a Sleep Sack

Sleep sacks are a safe and convenient sleep option for babies and young children. When used correctly, they can help baby sleep more soundly and comfortably.

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Contact Napping: What It Is & How to Transition Out of It

Contact napping can come with both benefits and risks for your baby. Find out what contact napping is and how to transition away from it when you’re ready.

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Wake Windows & How to Optimize Your Baby’s Sleep by Age

The basic principle behind wake windows is simple. Given the right amount of awake time your baby will sleep better.

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The Moms on Call Sleep Training Method: A Parent’s Guide

Based on a series of routines, Moms on Call sleep training uses a combination of assisted and self soothing.

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How to Keep Your Baby’s Hands Warm at Night

Wondering how to keep your baby’s hands warm at night? Try these parent-approved methods to keep your baby’s hands toasty and warm as they sleep.



The Eat Play Sleep Guide for New Parents

The eat play sleep schedule helps your baby to fall asleep on their own. It works like it sounds: Your baby eats, has play time, and only after that do...

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6 Month Sleep Regression: A Parent’s Survival Manual

Sleep regressions are a regular part of your infant’s life. However, even though the six-month sleep regression is normal, that doesn’t mean it’s easy.

Proud mother watching to sleep to her daughter.


Toddler Sleeping a Lot? Here Are 3 Reasons Why

Parents can worry when their toddler sleeps too much, but it's often a normal part of development. Find out how much sleep is too much and when to seek help.

Young mother feeding her baby from bottle in bed at night.

Feeding and Eating, Sleep

How to Wean Your Baby Off Their Bottle at Night

Getting enough sleep is something all parents yearn for. Knowing how to wean your baby off their night bottle is probably at the top of your priority list.

Twin girls in sleep sacks.


When Is It Time to Stop Using a Sleep Sack?

Sleep sacks are cozy, safe alternatives to baby blankets which parents and babies love, but eventually, there comes a time to transition out of them.

Baby girl sleeping in bed.


Why Is My Newborn Grunting and Squirming While Sleeping?

Newborn grunting and squirming while sleeping is completely normal. Several factors contribute to the noise and movements your baby exhibits at night.

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What Should a Baby Wear Under a Swaddle?

There are clear signals for what your baby should wear under a swaddle, so you can sleep easy knowing your baby is both snug and safe.

Young mother holding her newborn child.


Gentle Sleep Training: No-Cry Methods for Better Sleep

Are you awake again at 3 am to soothe a crying baby? Are you ready for a good night’s sleep? Gentle Sleep Training could be just the answer you need!

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How to Help Your Congested Baby Sleep

Humidifiers, saline nose drops, a steamy bathroom and upright snuggles can help clear your baby’s stuffy nose and help you both get the sleep you need.