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Sleep is incredibly important to maintain well-being for both children and parents. Sleep routines can also be a valuable time for connection. Helping children set their biological clocks, empty their emotional backpacks, and get enough exercise during the day can all help develop healthy sleep patterns. And when that isn’t enough, here’s how to help young children learn to relax into sleep, without leaving them to cry.

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Helping Your Toddler Learn to Put Himself to Sleep

Toddlers don't seem to have an off switch. Often, when they're tired, they just reverberate faster, like an over-wound toy, until they crash.

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Teaching Your Baby to Put Himself to Sleep

Here's how to teach your baby something priceless -- that when she finds herself half-awake in her crib, it's safe to go back to sleep.

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The Case Against Ferber Sleep Training

There are kinder, gentler ways to teach babies to put themselves to sleep. Here's how Ferbering works works and some of the problems with it.

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Getting Your Preschooler To Sleep

Top tips to help your three to five year old settle into bed peacefully.

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Infants and Sleep

What the experts say about sleep and real advice about how you can get some zzz's without letting your baby "cry it out."

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