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There comes a day in every child's life when they no longer want to take naps. What is a parent to do when nap time ends?

There comes a day in every child's life when they no longer want to take naps. What is a parent to do when nap time ends?

Safe sleep TIPS  Although the causes of cot death (SIDS) are still not completely clear, health experts are agreed that there are steps you can take to reduce the risk for your baby...  • Put your baby on her back to sleep. • Do not let anyone smoke in the same room as your baby. CLICK PHOTO FOR MORE INFO

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Safe sleep TIPS Although the causes of cot death (SIDS) are still not completely clear, health experts are agreed that there are steps you can take to reduce the risk for your baby... • Put your baby on her back to sleep. • Do not let anyone smoke in the same room as your baby. CLICK PHOTO FOR MORE INFO

When you think of sleep training, you are likely thinking of helping your baby or toddler learn to sleep better overall. When should you nap sleep train? See our advice here:

When you think of sleep training, you are likely thinking of helping your baby or toddler learn to sleep better overall. When should you nap sleep train? See our advice here:

"According to the AAP, sitting upright for long periods of time (in a swing or a carseat) can make it hard for babies to breathe well, and that can lead to an increased risk of SIDS. It’s probably best not to let your baby sleep in the swing at night. However, some short periods of supervised swing-napping during the day is safe (strap baby in tightly with no loose blankets, pillows)"

"According to the AAP, sitting upright for long periods of time (in a swing or a carseat) can make it hard for babies to breathe well, and that can lead to an increased risk of SIDS. It’s probably best not to let your baby sleep in the swing at night. However, some short periods of supervised swing-napping during the day is safe (strap baby in tightly with no loose blankets, pillows)"

You’ve just gotten a nice, predictable daytime sleep schedule, you’re feeling good about life, and then, before you know it, your baby gets a little older and blows a perfectly-crafted routine to pieces! The first few years of a child’s life are full of changes, and those changes add up to mean ever-shifting sleep patterns and schedules. And transitioning between all those nap schedules can be a huge headache for little ones and for their parents.

You’ve just gotten a nice, predictable daytime sleep schedule, you’re feeling good about life, and then, before you know it, your baby gets a little older and blows a perfectly-crafted routine to pieces! The first few years of a child’s life are full of changes, and those changes add up to mean ever-shifting sleep patterns and schedules. And transitioning between all those nap schedules can be a huge headache for little ones and for their parents.

Thoughtful Leadership is being present – and awake. Being intentional – and awake. And being authentic – and awake.

Thoughtful Leadership is being present – and awake. Being intentional – and awake. And being authentic – and awake.

Most of us associate sleep training with nighttime sleep...but sleep training applies to naps, too! In fact, some families find that they have to tackle naps separately from nights, and that naps require a different sleep training approach. When should you work on nap training your little one? And how should you go about helping your baby or toddler nap better?

Most of us associate sleep training with nighttime sleep...but sleep training applies to naps, too! In fact, some families find that they have to tackle naps separately from nights, and that naps require a different sleep training approach. When should you work on nap training your little one? And how should you go about helping your baby or toddler nap better?

Naps Rule! I'm a big fan, I have to say.  http://thyroidnation.com  #Fatigue

Naps Rule! I'm a big fan, I have to say. http://thyroidnation.com #Fatigue

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