Often called, bedtime behavior problems, is one of the most common problems in young children ages one to five years of age. Bedtime resistance may be associated with other problems such as hyperactivity or oppositional behaviors. If interventions are not prompt and efficient, the problem may last for years. In addition, it may increase parental frustration and dissatisfaction. At Healthy Connections, we offer parents help and guidance as to how to manage children leaving their bedrooms after bedtime, multiple use of the restroom, crying at night, calling out, requesting one more hug and more. Among the recommended interventions are making bed time a special time by singing bedtime songs, reading children stories, praying and sealing rituals with rhymes or wishing them a good night.