A new study shows how a mother’s insomnia can impact her child’s sleep patterns as well. So what can we do when sleep just won't come?
There are ways to help kids combat the effects of bad dreams so they don’t ruin their days and even identify what the dreams are about in the first place.
Parenting is, by definition, a kind of waiting. We, the parents of the world, are all holding our collective breaths together.
We have all suffered through our children’s witching hour around dinner time (typically between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.)…the tantrums, the whining, the arguing. But have you ever stepped back to notice that parents have our own…
Getting through the day often puts the needs of adults at odds with the needs of kids. That can make for a disconnected uphill battle.
A computer algorithm that can look at dozens of factors may help illuminate what factors cause SIDS.
Though pricey, these services can make a world of difference for families struggling through early parenting milestones.
Nightmares in childhood are actually normal and play a positive role in kids' emotional growth and coping skills.
Taking inspiration from "Goodnight Moon," and research on restorative sleep, I created a routine that has put an end to our bedtime battles.