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Babies and Sleep Articles

#AskAnExpert: How Can I Get My Baby To Sleep?

Jul 13, 2015
Disney's and Kids in the House have partnered to bring you #AskAnExpert . This month, America's leading experts answer the question that every new parent wants to know the answer to: How can I get my baby to sleep through the night? Getting your baby to sleep is one of the most...
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Apr 08, 2015
By: Kids In The House
Are you tired? Do you feel like your baby is always crying? Join us on Thursday, April 16th at 12:30pm PT for our #KITHangout dedicated to helping you get your baby to sleep. Join the discussion for a live Q&A with some of the top sleep experts in the country! Click here to RSVP and ask your...
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Creating A Sleep Schedule For Baby

Jul 18, 2014
By: Kids in the House
One of the biggest challenges new parents face is creating a sleep schedule for a baby. It is important for parents to establish a good sleep routine for their newborn baby as early as possible. Not only will this create a more stable and secure environment for your baby, but it will also give you...
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Tips for Creating a Baby Schedule

Jun 17, 2014
By: Kids in the House
Parents who decide to put their baby on a schedule often do so to create consistency and security. Schedules that are established with cues prepare children for what is coming next. For instance, reading a book may signal naptime or putting on a bib might indicate it’s time to eat. A study...
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The 4-Month Sleep Regression

Nov 19, 2013
By: Kim West, LCSW-C
You’ve got the schedule down. Baby is FINALLY sleeping more…and then, WHAM! Suddenly she’s not. Welcome to what is commonly referred to as the 4 month sleep regression. Some may refer to this phase as increased wakefulness, but it all amounts to the same thing: you and baby have newly found your...
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6 Tips to Help Your Co-Sleeping Baby Transition into His Own Bed

Jul 23, 2013
By: Kim West, LCSW-C
There are many benefits to safely co-sleeping with your children. But what if you're ready to make a change and end your co-sleeping relationship? Maybe no one is sleeping (remember, families that contact me who are co-sleeping want to change it, because what they're doing isn't working), or your...
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