Naps dictate much of the first three to four years of our children’s lives. Good nap days, off nap days, short naps, long naps, no naps, wishing to nap – the word “nap” is likely in our daily vocabulary for many years. Depending on the day, we know those naps affect – positively and negatively… Continue reading Transitioning to No Naps
Darkness is one of the most common conversations I have with inquiring families and in my workshops. There are a lot of misconceptions around how dark it should to be for sleep. It’s believed that some think too dark during the day will continue the day and night confusion, causing worse sleep. I can… Continue reading How dark is dark?
Drowsy, but awake. I find many parents are confused with this statement. Does this mean eyes are open? Closed? Do I make my child drowsy? How does that happen? Drowsy. Drowsy is nothing you “do” to your child. You know that they are ready for sleep…they may even give you sleepy cues.… Continue reading Drowsy, but Awake