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Naps are a critical component of your child’s total sleep quota. But getting your child to nap can be a struggle.
Daylight Savings time is the perfect springboard into power struggles over bedtime and wake up routines because our body clock does not switch as quickly as the clock on our phone.
On Sunday, March 13 we spring forward one hour. It is the perfect springboard into power struggles over bedtime and wake up routines because our body clock does not switch as quickly as the clock on our phone.
Whining increased? Meltdowns over seemingly insignificant issues pooling on your kitchen floor? Does it seem as though your child’s communication system has deteriorated to one phrase - “No! You are not the boss of me.”
It’s been an exhausting day, yet you have managed to pick up the kids, get them outside to play in the yard and put together a decent family dinner. When you open the door to announce it’s time to stop playing and come inside to eat, the youngest, dashes away, screaming, “No, you can’t make me!”
I am a child care provider who recently heard you speak about the importance of sleep. Presently we are waking our preschoolers after one hour of nap at parents’ requests. Should we be doing this? - Chelsea