Bedtime fading (or moving your child’s bedtime later temporarily) can be really helpful with sleep training. Here’s some advice on how to do it.
I’m going to try something a little bit different today. I have put together a brief video on the “camping out” sleep training method which is a gentler but still evidence based method of sleep training. Here is the pyramid from the video, courtesy of Ruth Fidino. I like this way of representing the process […]
There are lots of reasons that parents fail at sleep training their children. One of the most often overlooked is timing. If you pick the wrong time to start, you are doomed to failure. You really want to allow yourself about two weeks of time without any major changes in routine to maximize your chance […]
There have been multiple important publications in the past few weeks which are pertinent to my patients. I’m really excited today to share the results of the Kids Sleep Study which was recently published in the journal Pediatrics and received a significant amount of press. This study was designed to address persistent concerns that sleep training […]
A nice article on sleep training from Babble, by Heather Turgeon.