Nightmare on Your Street: Get Your Child to Sleep Soundly
Do you have sweet dreams of your children going to sleep with no troubles? Well, consider it a dream come true when you follow these tried-and-true tips that will help shut-eye without the usual headaches associated with bedtime. Following this guide will definitely make the process a whole lot simpler. The first step is figuring out a window for sleeping so that you can set up a schedule that you'll follow consistently.Most children need between 9 and 12 hours of sleep every night. Depending on how your child seems during the day - overtired or well-rested - you'll be able to determine if he or she is getting enough Zzzzzs. Once you've nailed down a bed "time," put together a plan. Set up a routine. How about the 3-B approach? Give your child a bath.