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Talk to Me + a Kids’ Sleep Expert on Brian Lehrer

Talk to Me + a Kids’ Sleep Expert on Brian Lehrer

clockyoursleep_squareOn Wednesday I am going on the Brian Lehrer show to talk about kids and sleep, as part of WNYC’s Sleep Project (which, if you’re not already clocking your sleep with their app, you should be!). I’ll have the chance to talk with a pediatric sleep expert about the mysterious and frustrating ways of the young sleeper. I know you’ve been dying to ask a sleep expert why your baby won’t nap for more than 10 minutes, or why your toddler wakes you up certain that his ear has fallen off. I hope you’ll consider calling in to ask those questions when they open the phone lines. Or leave a comment below about something you’re dying to know, and I might bring it up with the expert myself!

How to listen: 93.9 FM on WNYC or stream it live

Date: Wednesday, April 12

Time: The show runs live from 10-noon EST; my segment is scheduled for 10:50–11:25

Call-in #: 212–433-WNYC or tweet @brianlehrer

UPDATE: Listen to the segment below

One thought on “Talk to Me + a Kids’ Sleep Expert on Brian Lehrer

  1. Hi — My 5 month old has recently started rolling over onto her stomach while sleeping. She always starts on her back and then flips over to her stomach. During naps, she ends up sleeping fine on her stomach. At night though, she wakes up so upset and unable to relax. If I go into flip her to her back, she just flips right back onto her stomach but is still upset. Calming her down again takes a very long time. I thought sleeping on their stomach was supposed to be more comfortable and once they could flip onto it they would sleep better. We’ve had the opposite happen. Would be great to know what is going on and what we can do!

    Thanks.

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