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By Terri Peters

If there's one thing babies — and their parents — need, it's a good night's sleep. But teething, feeding schedules and wet diapers can keep mom and dad awake throughout the wee morning hours, making for tired, frustrated parents the next day.

The struggle to get baby to sleep is real, leaving parents agonizing over which sleep method is the best way to train their little one to sleep through the night. TODAY wants to know about your tried-and-true, go-to way of teaching a baby to sleep.

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