Raising a Sound Sleeper

Dreaming of a good night’s rest? A doctor recommends sleep strategies for parents who adopted a newborn or an older child.

Sleep Routines for Adoptive Children

When we, as new parents or parents-to-be, think about our children sleeping, we all dream of a happy, peaceful child sleeping soundly while we’re in the other room getting a full night’s rest ourselves. This is rarely the reality, however—at least at the beginning of parenthood. How do we make that dream a reality?

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