Tips For Getting Kids To Sleep: Own It
Is there a parent in the world who hasn't agonized, discussed, cried and lost their mind over the sleep issue? I don't think so.
For the first few years of a kid's life, sleep dominates most conversations, thoughts and desires. But I can tell you, parents who are in the midst of the sleep panic, that it does go away. Kids do learn to sleep, or at least you learn to function with night visitors, disturbed sleep and chronic tiredness.
I do believe that different kids have different sleep temperaments to an extent. But the biggest determinator of your kids' sleep patterns is you, the parent.