Soap star Charley Webb has been candid about her struggles with son Bowie's sleeping patterns.
Now the mum-of-three, 32, has revealed she and husband - fellow Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden - have hired a sleep consultant to help, and says that they have 'changed their lives'.
Taking to her Instastories on social media site Instagram, Charley - who's mum to nine-year-old Buster, Bowie, four and baby Ace - explained in a video: "So I spoke a while (ago) about Bowie’s sleep and Ace’s sleep and how Bowie was coming into our room every single night and waking the baby up and waking us up and it was just awful.
We have now finally got the help that we needed, we have worked with the Night Ninja, who has been amazing.
"We have now finally got the help that we needed, we have worked with the Night Ninja, who has been amazing.
"Bowie goes to sleep now on his own after his story, don’t have to lay with him anymore and he doesn’t come into our bedroom until the sun comes up on his Gro-clock the next morning."
A Gro-clock is a sleep trainer for toddlers. In the shape of a clock, it uses images of the sun and the stars to help kids understand what time to go to sleep and what time to get up in the mornings.
And Charley says it has helped to transform her family's life.
"It’s been incredible. If you haven’t tried a Gro-clock, do because honestly it’s changed our lives completely and it just means that we’ve got an evening and it’s just so much better now. And it’s important for him as well to be able to do that."
Charley also revealed that baby Ace has been poorly this past week, which means that their sleep has been interrupted again.
"But at least it’s going to work again when Ace is better to get back into the pattern, but he now goes to sleep every night and every sleep with no dummy and again, it’s just stopped him waking up through the night," she said.
Last month, Charley revealed that she and her family were really struggling with sleep and that they were getting help for the problem.
Speaking on her Instagram stories, Charley said: "Last night was absolutely horrific on the children front in terms of sleep.
"It's the broken sleep continuously all night and I am exhausted."