From moving to a crib to a bigger bed to bed-wetting and bad dreams, getting a child to go to sleep can be a daunting task. The National Parenting Center provides essential tips for parents who want a better sleep for both their children and themselves, such as monitoring day naps for kids who wake up early, and changing nightmares to have a happier ending. With their easy-going and informative styles, these experts show that setting up nightly routines for bedtime not only helps children with sleep habits, but it also provides a more restful and relaxing evening for parents.
What parent doesn't wish their child would dutifully troop off to bed without a fuss? Now, the experts from The National Parenting Center have the answers and advice you want. They stress the need for creating bedtime routines and developing strategies for dealing with bedtime refusals. You'll get tips on dealing with problems ranging from bed-wetting to nightmares to night terrors - and how to handle a pesky early-riser. They'll discuss the issue of sleeping with parents, and advise on how to make the move to the big bed. Please note: This is a live speech recording.
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