Our topic is about sleep."Is your baby sleeping through the night yet?" is often the first question people ask a new parent. The truth is that most babies do not sleep through the night, yet it is a myth that is perpetuated from generation to generation. Babies have needs at night just as they do during the day; from hunger, loneliness, and fear, to feeling too cold or too hot. They need the reassurance of a loving parent to feel secure during the night. Join me as I discuss the topics of co sleeping, bed-sharing and the myth of sleep training. Later in the show I will be joined by Bill and Martha Sears. After raising eight children and practicing pediatric medicine for more than 30 years, they have answered questions from thousands of parents. Millions more have sought their advice through their 40+ pediatric books, articles in parenting magazines, and our appearances on more than 100 television programs such as 20/20, Donahue, Good Morning America, Oprah, CBS This Morning, CNN, NBC's Today Show and Dateline.