Toddlers and Sleep
Getting your toddler to fall asleep through the night isn't easy. In this section you'll read about some good parenting tips that will help get your toddler to sleep in no time because a good night's sleep is not only important for you, but also for your toddler.
Establishing a nighttime routine is one great way to get your little one to settle in for the night. Getting Into A Routine can give you the parenting tools you need to make going to bed something your toddler can look forward to at the end of the day. If your child has an established bedtime and knows which activities indicate that it is time to sleep, it makes it much easier to put your toddler to sleep. Relaxing music and bedtime stories are also great ways to help your child drift off to sleep.
Napping habits also begin to change during the toddler years. What was easily a twice daily slumber has now turned into regular battle. Who wants to sleep when you can run around? Read Nap Time! to find out how to put your toddler down without a fuss and find out how a daily nap can help keep your toddler alert and happy.
This section will also help give parents the resources they need to deal with all of the toddler sleep problems. Learn how to get your child to move from your bed into their own bed and to make them comfortable sleeping alone at night. Get great tips on children's bedtime and children's sleep patterns and start making your and your child's nightime routine an easy and relaxing activity.