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  • 3 Big Reasons Your Toddler Is Waking at Night

    3 Big Reasons Your Toddler Is Waking at Night

    Every 60 minutes—throughout the night—your child enters the light/drowsy part of her sleep cycle. That’s when little commotions can jolt her totally awake. These disturbances can sneak into her mind from the outside world or they can originate from deep inside her body. And like the Princess and the Pea, when your sweetie is in light sleep, it takes little—scratchy sheets, a ticking clock, the smell of new furniture, the hall light, a siren down the street—to nudge her from...

    Why Toddlers Fight Sleep & How to Help Them

    Why Toddlers Fight Sleep & How to Help Them

    When things are going well, nighttime tuck-ins are a pure pleasure—but when they’re not, it’s natural to start to fear seeing the sun go down.  Running after your little wild child, wrestling her into PJs, shutting the bedroom door while she’s shrieking on the other side—Urrgh! Many of our little Energizer Bunny toddlers resist bedtime. They hate leaving the thrill of running, climbing and touching. Around 18 months they start to go through a very independent phase, where “No!” is...

    How to Stop Your Toddler's Biting Habit

    How to Stop Your Toddler's Biting Habit

    Biting is a common behavior for primitive cave-kids. They typically chomp during teething or when frustrated. But if this behavior is not discouraged, promptly and powerfully, it can turn into a dangerous habit (like biting other kids’ faces or biting babies).  Just as Monica finished tying her 16-month-old’s shoe, he bit her shoulder—hard! “Owww!” Monica yelped. Then, struggling to compose herself, she scolded him lovingly, mildly, “Please, Lukie! That’s not nice. Mommy doesn’t like biting.”  Do you think Lucas stopped?...

    A Great Toddler Bedtime Routine

    A Great Toddler Bedtime Routine

    If you don’t already have a sleepy-time routine in place for your toddler, now’s the time to create one. Here’s what to do. The Pre-Bed Routine (30-60 Minutes) As the evening is drawing, give your tot a few signals that bedtime is approaching: Dim the lights in the house. Do quiet play (not roughhousing). Turn off the TV. Put on white noise in the background. If you think your child has teething pain, ask your doctor if some medicine might...

    An Easy Trick to Get Your Toddler to Take Medicine

    An Easy Trick to Get Your Toddler to Take Medicine

    Lots of children resist taking their medicine. And trying to force them to swallow it down can lead to power struggles, wasted medicine and a stressed-out family.  But here’s one little technique that really gets the job done for older toddlers…even though it’s a tiny bit sneaky and involved giving a smidge of soda. Here’s what you do:  Before giving your toddler his medicine, pour about an ounce of decaffeinated, dark-colored soda (like root beer) into each of 2 small...

    Why Toddlers Grind Their Teeth & What to Do About It

    Why Toddlers Grind Their Teeth & What to Do About It

    Ugh! Listening to your 2-year-old scraping her upper and lower teeth together can be even more disturbing than hearing fingernails scratch across a chalkboard.  Contrary to the old wives’ tale, tooth grinding isn’t a sign of intestinal worms. It’s just another one of the weird problems that can occur during deep NREM sleep.  Tooth grinding, or bruxism, can start as early as the first birthday and cause sleep disruption, tooth wear (even fractures), and jaw pain. It can be provoked...

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