Terrible Two’s at Nap Time

Terrible Two’s at Nap Time

Are you asking, “why did my two-year-old stop napping?” Around age two, many children start to have periods of nap regression. Despite their behavior and resistance to naps, all two-year-olds need a daily nap for their health, growth, development, demeanor, and your sanity.

Want to keep your two-year-old’s nap?  Of course you do!

Here are three reasons why your two-year-old stopped napping and how bring their nap back:

3 Ways to Fix Day-Night Confusion

3 Ways to Fix Day-Night Confusion

Does your baby sleep all day and stay awake all night? Welcome to the club! Day-Night Confusion is common in infants 1-8 weeks old. You can help correct Day-Night Confusion with time and three easy steps!

Make Bedtime Easier with This Website

Make Bedtime Easier with This Website

Is your preschooler or school-aged child giving you a hard time at bedtime? Has bedtime become a battles of wills? This website from the National Sleep Foundation will help make bedtime easier for the entire family by answering the question, “why is sleep so important,” in a way children can understand!

3 Ways to Ensure Your Family is Getting the Sleep They Need

3 Ways to Ensure Your Family is Getting the Sleep They Need

Our bodies regulate sleep in much the same way that they regulate eating, drinking, and breathing. This suggests that sleep serves a similar critical role in our health and well-being. WRB shares 3 way to ensure your family is getting the healthy sleep they need to thrive!