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    How Much Sleep Do Toddlers Need?

    How Much Sleep Do Toddlers Need?

    As your child passes her 1st birthday, sleep continues to be the primary brain activity. By 2 years of age, the average child has spent 9,500 hours about 13 months of her life asleep versus 8,000 hours awake. Between 2 and 5 years of age, the amounts of sleep and awake time become about the same. So, how much sleep do toddlers really need? From 1-5 years of age, kids sleep 12-14 hours a day, counting naps and nights. (You...

    What to Do If Your Baby Learned Bad Sleep Habits

    What to Do If Your Baby Learned Bad Sleep Habits

    We teach our babies sleep habits that make them dependent on us rather than ones that build confidence and self-calming ability. The most common baby sleep habits that lead to poor slumber are bed-sharing and being put in bed asleep. For example, the Sleep in America poll found that: Sixty percent of infants are usually rocked to sleep (which is wonderful for newborns but can become a problem later on). Seventy-five percent of infants fall asleep every night nursing or...

    Bedtime Starts in the Morning. What?!?

    Bedtime Starts in the Morning. What?!?

    What you do with your infant during the day can help your baby sleep better through the night. So, why not set yourself up for nighttime success by starting when the sun comes up? Here’s how: Get Outdoors During the Day Get your babe outside for a daily dose of sunlight (especially before noon). Use Sound and Motion Rhythms throughout the day set a calming tone. Long walks, swings and slings are great during the day, and swaddling and white...

    The Link Between Childhood Obesity and Poor Sleep

    The Link Between Childhood Obesity and Poor Sleep

    Obesity is epidemic today. It ruins our health, predisposing us to a withering list of serious ailments (including diabetes, heart attacks, cancer, back and hip degeneration and depression). And it’s increasingly clear that weight problems start early––perhaps even in infancy. In a study of over a 1000 children, Canadian researchers found that 26% of tots and preschoolers with short sleep (under 10 hours a night) become overweight or obese…later in childhood (versus 15% of kids sleeping 10 hours and 10%...

    This Book Can Help End Your Toddler Bedtime Battle

    This Book Can Help End Your Toddler Bedtime Battle

    Bedtime reading is always a great way to help your toddler wind down, but creating your very own Beddy-Bye book can be even more fun..and also a tricky way to reduce bedtime resistence. Here’s how to make one: Take your little buddy to the store to buy stickers that he likes, colored construction paper, a hole punch and a nice loose-leaf binder (so you can add and remove pages at will). Then at home, you and your buddy can work...

    Don’t Believe These 8 Myths About Toddler Sleep

    Don’t Believe These 8 Myths About Toddler Sleep

    Grandparents, neighbors and friends are full of parenting advice. Of course, they’re all very well-meaning, but sometimes they’re just flat-out wrong! Here are some of the most common myths you may hear from them about toddler sleep. Myth 1: It’s normal for little kids to sleep alone. Fact: Who really wants to sleep alone? In most cultures, young children sleep with their siblings or parents for years. Parents are often surprised to learn that bed-sharing increases with age! At 3...

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