What would our babies say if they could speak? Would we ever put them down if we knew?
We live in a society that has actively ignored that we are primates. This makes parenting so much harder, especially as our children hit the toddler years.
An analysis of new research that aimed to assess the effects of typical sleeping arrangements and deviations from these arrangements on the physiological arousal of infants during sleep.
Does unsettled sleep lead to later emotional problems? Should parents take a hard line and do what is necessary to build up more "settled" or solitary sleep?
Most people think toddlers should be sleeping through the night and that any wakings reflect some fault of the parents. New research on toddler sleep suggests otherwise.
Most of us parents will have set new years resolutions for our parenting, but most of us will end up struggling. Here are some ways to help you ensure that you have the greatest chance for success.