Welcome to the Kiddles hub for toddler sleep. We’ve dedicated ourselves to bringing you the best tips, tricks, and advice about toddler sleep so that you can survive this time with your sanity intact. This page has been designed to meet all your informational need. If you don’t know where to start, here are some suggested reads:
A roundup of the best sleep solutions for toddlers
Did you know that roughly 70% of all toddlers and preschoolers experience sleep problems? The fact of the matter is that sleep issues are a complicated mess and triggered by a variety of factors. Affecting everything from tempers to growth and development, sleep issues can be devastating for toddlers and preschoolers. If your little human is having a hard time falling (and staying) asleep at night, here are some sleep solutions for toddlers and preschoolers.
Solutions to toddler sleep problems all moms need in their lives
There’s nothing that can ruin a good night’s sleep quite as a toddler can. Here’s some advice on how you (and your tot) can get enough shut-eye every night to ensure a bright and happy start to each day. We call it solutions to toddler sleep problems.
How to stop sabotaging your toddler’s sleep
Some kids take a while to get into a good sleep routine. But once they’ve mastered the art, they should be sleeping soundly through the night. If your baby is older than six months and still waking up on a consistent basis, you might be doing something wrong. Here’s how to stop sabotaging your kid’s sleep.
Phasing out of daytime naps
When your toddler phases out of his naps, it might feel like your world is coming to an end. But there comes a time in every parent’s life when we have to let go of the naps. More often than not, parents phase out daytime naps because their kids struggle to go to bed at night. This can happen anytime between the age of 2.5 and three years old. In this post, we discuss the cycle of phasing out daytime naps, and how to handle it like a boss.
Why bedtime routines help toddler sleep better
Sleep is awfully underrated, especially if you’ve got kids. There’s nothing that can ruin a perfectly good evening quite like a non-complacent child that just can’t seem to go to freaking bed can. Even though you might believe sleep to be precious, elusive, and you’d pretty much kill for it right now, your kids, on the other hand, just don’t give a rat’s ass about it. Read the full article by following this link.