Your child has been rocked every night since birth. You'd really like to end this routine. What is the best way to get your tot to go to bed on his own?
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I just turned 30 and after being told at the age of 18 that it would be difficult for me to have children, I have 2 beautiful boys and a third baby on the way. We are able to conceive the first month we tried this time and I'm very excited. I'm also nervous because my second son was a high risk pregnancy.
What can you do to peacefully get your kids to go to bed at their scheduled bedtime? And what can you do to help them stay tucked in bed?
Hi Dr. Laura,