You may have spent days, weeks, or even months getting your child to finally fall asleep and stay asleep without a big hassle, only to find that those dreaded sleep deprived moments have returned. Or, perhaps your child has never slept through the night, and just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, you are faced with increased sleep disruption. What is a parent to do? First of all try not to panic. Your child can return to better sleep skills. It will take some consistency and re-establishing of routines, but it can be done.