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Does your toddler sleep less than your grandparents did?


Sleep has always been a concern for parents. Even 100 years ago, when sleep guidelines for toddlers suggested about 70 minutes more sleep each day, parents were still worried they weren’t getting enough. Take a look back in history to compare sleep stats, then and now, and get tips to help your little one drift off into a slumber. Because a good bedtime routine is timeless.

Thursday, January 28th, 2021




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