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Kids That Go Bump in the Night

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By Aviva Patz


You've survived the up-every-two-hours newborn period, and you're finally slumbering peacefully through the night. Out of nowhere, your toddler starts showing up like an uninvited guest at all hours. "I lost my blankie," she says. "I'm thirsty." "I wanted to give you one more hug." There's a million reasons your merry wanderer may give for crawling out of bed, but there's only one thing you need to know at that time of night: It's critical to get your child back to sleep for the full 12 or so hours she needs.


Families need to make sleep a priority because it affects every aspect of a child's well being -- health, behavior, development and the ability to learn," ...
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