Getting toddlers adjusted to sleeping alone can be tough. It’s important to remember that encouraging your little one to be comfortable and happy in their own bed helps them gain a better sense of confidence and independence. Read on to see how you can do your best to help out your child in sleeping in their own bed.
Sleep is important for health and development, so it’s important that toddlers get the rest they need each night.
When your little one reaches the age of 2 years, they start to explore the world more actively, so their regular day is full of discoveries and miracles. And all these things can affect their sleep quality.
My 3 year old will NOT sleep. He keeps coming out of his room and it’s driving me crazy. How can I make him sleep?
As you care for your newborn, you begin to recognize what their cries mean. You develop a sense for when the baby is sleepy, hungry, gassy, sick or in need of a new diaper. But sometimes you can’t console them, no matter how much you try.
With all the excitement and stimulation that kids face throughout the day, it can be hard to get them settled in time for bed. Yet, sleep is crucial to a child’s mental and physical development. It promotes growth, prevents illness, and boosts learning capabilities. In fact, sufficient sleep has been labelled as just as important for kids as good nutrition and regular exercise.
The holiday travel season is in full swing, and parents are wondering how they are going to get their baby to sleep well despite the breaks in routine. Traveling with a baby – across town or across the country – can be a daunting task, especially as a new parent.
Many newborn and young infants love being swaddled because it makes them feel safe and secure. However, by the time infants are three or four months, they should not be swaddled as they need to be able to move around freely – especially while they are sleeping or napping.