If your child is older than 7 and still not quite yet dry at night, read on! Bed wetting is considered normal until age 5 or 6. But if your older child is still not dry at night, your child is likely to be a very deep sleeper who may not be able to wake … Continue reading How to treat bed wetting in a child over age 7
Q/A: How can I help my daughter (who can only sleep easily in total darkness) go on a sleepover at a friend's home (who can only sleep with a night light on)? This question was posted on a parenting blog recently and I offered some possible solutions in the comment section of the blog. I … Continue reading Q/A: How can I help my daughter (who can only sleep in total darkness) go on a sleepover at a friend’s home (who can only sleep with a night light on)?
Insomnia refers to trouble falling asleep or trouble staying asleep. Here are three quick facts about childhood insomnia. 1.) Most children with insomnia do not need a sleep study Many parents think that a child with insomnia needs an overnight sleep study to get to the root of the problem. However, most children (unless they … Continue reading Three Quick Facts About Childhood Insomnia