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Progressive waiting- Helping Children to Fall Asleep Independently

When should children be able to fall asleep by themselves? Before their second birthday - usually much sooner - most kids have learned to fall asleep alone. They no longer need to have a parent hold them or lie down next to them until they drift off. If they wake during the night, they can get back to sleep on their own. Read More


What is "Bedtime Fading"?

“Bedtime Fading” as a method for helping children who aren’t sleepy at bedtime Bedtime fading is an established method for helping a child “reset” his or her sleep clock. While this method is safe for children of any age, it works best for children 4 years and older Read More

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