Whether it’s monsters under the bed, or the bogeyman at the window, small children have a propensity to have one major fear in common: the dark.
Bedtime routine is essential, yet over holiday periods children's sleep patterns can become more erratic. We uncover the truth and the requirements on how much sleep do kids really need.
With the long light evenings and when temperatures rise, it can be really hard to get children to sleep in the Summer months. Check out our guide for more peaceful nights
With 50 years' experience of reading magical bedtime stories to sleepy children, we've come to know which ones are the favourites. Here's a list of our top 10 bedtime stories to keep children happy.
You don't have to put your children to bed before one of our babysitters arrive - but you may prefer to leave when they're already asleep. If so, our handy tips can help you get them off to the land of nod as quickly as possible.
The ball and chain of parenthood can feel immensely overwhelming when separation anxiety strikes. So how do you overcome separation anxiety in young children?
Not long now until the clocks are go forward because of daylight savings. Here's how to cope if you're worried it will affect your child's bedtime and sleep routine.
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