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Nightmares vs. Night Terrors

Nightmares and night terrors are a normal part of childhood. But most of the night, they are more frightening for the parent than they are for the child. Knowing the difference between these two phenomena is key to…

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How to Stop Crib Climbing

If your toddler has turned into a crib-escape-artist, you might be wondering whether it’s time to transition them to a big-kid bed. Honestly, probs not. Unless your child is…

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How to Use a Toddler Clock

If you’re the parent of a toddler with sleep struggles, I highly recommend that you get yourself a toddler clock. Toddler clocks are a valuable sleep tool and provide very clear boundaries to your little one around when it is time for sleep and when it’s okay to get up.

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Goodbye Naps, Hello Quiet Time

The end of naps is a sad time for many parents. Nap time is usually the one and only time of the day you can actually think and be productive without a tiny helper attached to your hip or being way too quiet in the other room. But I’ve got some great news for you…

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Keeping Your Toddler in Their Bed

Once the sides come off the crib and you move your toddler into a big-kid bed, a whole new set of sleep struggles can arise. Suddenly, your child realizes that they are not confined to one place anymore – they can get up and roam around!

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Ending Toddler Bedtime Battles

It is common for my clients to have pretty drawn out bedtime routines each night before we work together. I’ve had families tell me that it can take them up to 3 hours to get their toddler sleeping for the night. By that time…

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