For most of the families I've worked with, getting their kids to sleep through the night is the easy part.
Getting them to take long, consolidated naps? That's where things get tricky.
One of the major reasons for this is because, unlike nighttime sleep, the number and length of naps required for babies and toddlers changes relatively quickly.
Today, I'll be giving you a rundown of how much daytime sleep your little one needs, and how to spot the signs that they're ready to cut one out altogether.