Welcoming a new baby at home offers new challenges, including getting up several times during the night. You’ll probably experience sleep deprivation and increase your risk for diseases and accidents. But despite this, parents can still push through the tiredness and get things done. Remember that lack of sleep due to a baby unable to sleep through the night can also affect other children in your home. And they share the potential long-term health-related effect that adults can go through. So how do you spare your older kids from experiencing sleep problems while you sleep train your toddler? Here are three options you can consider to aid you in your sleep training journey with your toddler and children.