Table of contents for The no-cry sleep solution for toddlers and preschoolers : gentle ways to stop bedtime battles and improve your child's sleep / by Elizabeth Pantley.

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Contents
Foreword--TK
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part One - Better Sleep Basics
Learn about toddlers, preschoolers and sleep 
Create sleep logs
Develop your sleep plan
Planning with patience, perspective and persistence (...and a sense of humor, too)
Part Two - Eight Sleep Tips for Every Child
1 Maintain a consistent bedtime and waking time seven days a week
2 Encourage regular daily naps
3 Set your child's biological clock
4 Develop a consistent bedtime routine
5 Create a cozy sleep environment
6 Provide the right nutrition to improve sleep 
7 Help your child to be healthy and fit 
8 Teach your child how to relax and fall asleep 
Part Three - Customized Solutions for Your Family
Bedtime Battles: "I don't want to go to bed!"
"Mommy, stay!" Needing a parent's help to fall asleep 
Night waking: When will my child sleep through the night? 
The nighttime nursling
The early bird: Waking up too early 
Tooth Grinding: Chewing and clenching during sleep
Bad dreams, nightmares and night terrors
The night visitor: Trips to the parent's bed 
Nighttime Fears: Monsters, the dark, and things that go bump in the night
Naptime problems: I don't want to sleep! 
Spring forward, fall back: Dealing with daylight saving time
Bedwetting
Sleepwalking and sleep talking
Moving from the family bed to independent sleep
Time for a big-kid bed: Moving out of the crib
Separation anxiety
Teething
Children with special needs
Ear infections
Sleep adjustments when adopting a toddler or preschooler
Twins: Getting two to sleep
Allergies, asthma and gastroesophageal reflux (GERD)
Snoring: The noisy sleeper
Setbacks
Adjusting to changes
Part Four - Family Sleep: Safe and Sound
Adult Sleep - Now it's Your Turn 
Sleeping safety checklists 
General sleep safety 
Cradles and cribs 
Co-sleeping safely
Bunk bed safety
Bedroom safety
When a sleep plan doesn't work: Analyzing problems and identifying sleep disorders
For More Information
Index
About the Author
	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Toddlers -- Sleep.
Preschool children -- Sleep.
Parent and child.
Child rearing.