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.
I had the pleasure of interviewing author David Epstein about his new book Range and how it pertains to the topic at the forefront of my mind - parenting.
Lots of people believe that our toddlers need to sleep through the night for their development, but does new research actually support this?
To counter the growing acceptance that night wakings are normal, sleep trainers seem to be taking to the bizarre. Welcome to "behaviourally biologically normal".