My biggest advice on this topic is to try and keep naps as long as you can. All kids will have regressions with sleep when they are going through developmental leaps like crawling, walking, talking, etc. and sometimes parents mistake those small regressions for the readiness of their child to drop naps. Unfortunately, when we… Continue reading Is Your Child Ready to Drop Naps?
Day #4 of Sleep Awareness Week! In my last post, we discussed what Great Sleep Quality is, but how do we achieve such a thing? Here are a few simple steps you can take to achieve better sleep quality as an adult and for your children. Steps to Take During the Day to Achieve Better… Continue reading How to Achieve Better Sleep Quality
Day #2 of Sleep Awareness Week and time to discuss "What is Quality Sleep?" We always discuss the amount of sleep a person should be getting (based on age), but the quantity of sleep isn't all that matters. Quality is very important, also! The combination of these two items play an essential role in our… Continue reading What is Quality Sleep?
On March 13th, those of us lucky enough to live somewhere the time changes, we will all lose an hour of sleep (Eye Roll, am I right?)!! A lot of kids won’t have a problem adjusting to the new time, but for the littles that have always struggled with sleep, I would suggest adjusting their… Continue reading Easing Your Kids into DayLight Savings
Daylight Savings Ends on November 7th this year, and for most people it is more of an annoyance to change all your clocks than it is something that you dread. But for some parents that have worked hard to get their sensitive sleepers on a great schedule, this particular day can leave one feeling uneasy. If… Continue reading “Fall Back” Tips to Keep Your Children on Schedule