Find out the different ways you can help your child stop wetting themselves, plus see what you shouldn't do!
Is your baby not sleeping through the night? Read about sleep regression and learn what to expect when your infant and/or toddler stops sleeping through the night.
New parents are often faced with the big question of whether or not they should sleep train their babies, and if so, which method is the best one to implement. Here we explain some different methods and share some sleeping tips so you to make the right decision for you and your baby.
According to Babycenter.com, approximately 5% of young children experience night terrors. Night terrors can begin as early as 9 months and usually peak by 3.5 years. Children can continue to experience them up until adolescence, though usually night terror episodes end before this time. If your child has ever screamed hysterically, thrashed and kicked, and [...]
It is estimated that nearly 20% of children experience sleepwalking and nearly 50% of all children experience sleep talking. What are sleepwalking and sleep talking? Sleepwalking and sleep talking are known as parasomnias. Like night terrors, these episodes occur not long after the child has fallen asleep, in the non-REM stages. Sleepwalking (somnambulism) “occurs more [...]
It is estimated that over 10% of children aged 2 to 5 years old are obese, according to statistics for 2008. Learn more about these alarming statistics and prevent your little ones from becoming overweight or obese by following our list of helpful tips.
If you are one of the 60 million Americans that suffer from acid reflux on a regular basis, pregnancy can actually worsen the effects of the condition. So in order to help cope with the painful symptoms, we came up with a list of safe and easy treatments and preventative measures.
With all the changes to a family’s schedule when a baby arrives, when and how long a baby should sleep can be just as confusing as everything else. So how do you know how long is too long for your baby to be awake or asleep? Sleep time and Newborns Newborns have shorter sleep and [...]
There are many things about warmer weather that can make getting your baby or toddler to sleep more of a challenge than normal. Your child may have reached the “No, I’m not sleepy” stage. The days are longer with bright sunlight early in the morning and later into the night. And, in many places, summer [...]
There has been much consideration as to whether parents and their babies should sleep together or apart. Babies love to sleep with parents in order to feel a sense of comfort and safety. However, you might be worried that they will form an attachment and then when is the appropriate time for them to sleep [...]