Before you have children, sleep deprivation is something you try to make up for on the weekends. Once you have a baby, you realize that they don't know about weekends, and you suddenly find yourself running about a quart low on essential z
's. Will it ever end? Dr. Barton Schmitt, a professor of pediatrics at Children's Hospital, has been teaching parents how to help their children sleep through the night for more than 25 years, and he insists that 99 percent of children can be good sleepers. Dr. Schmitt has written a series of handouts on the topic and shares his expertise in free seminars offered through the hospital.