When it comes to Toddlers and Preschoolers, your sort of expect (and hope!) to end sleepless nights for good, right? So when your kid suddenly needs a whole lot more from you in the sleep department, you can’t help but wonder what’s up? Could it be anxiety, or a sleep regression? Do toddlers even have “sleep regressions”? Let’s find out!
Toddlers and sleep. They need it, you love it. Yet somehow sleep is in sort supply, no matter how hard you try. Rest easy Mama! Follow these three quick and easy tips to get sleep working in your favor – starting tonight!
When should a toddler or preschooler go to bed? What is a healthy bedtime? How late is too late? These are questions that I get asked allllll the time.
Hiring a sleep consultant is one of the most stressful things a new parent encounters. It is wrought with so many questions and even more emotions. Why does everyone else seem to be sleeping through the night except for us? Is my baby normal? What am I doing wrong? Frustration, exhaustion and overwhelm.
Before I was a parent, I had never even heard of sleep training. Now, its all I hear about. It is quite the hot topic! I mean because we all want more sleep right!? But there really is more to this thing we call sleep training. And I am big on informed choice!
We’ve all been there. The dreaded bedtime battle. It almost seems as if it is a right of passage for parents these days. But it doesn’t have to be! Follow these sleep tips and we’ll have your child drifting off to dreamland in no time!