1 CommentWednesday, 16 March 2016 | Bedtime Bedz
How much sleep is normal? Most toddlers sleep about 12 hours by the age of three. At this age they can have difficulty in falling or staying asleep. They can fight sleep because they don’t like the separation from their parents. They often have a favourite toy, dummy or rag to help them sleep, while a night light helps those who are afraid of the dark...
Wednesday, 2 March 2016 | Bedtime Bedz
Establishing good routines for sleep.Most younger children respond well to a bedtime routine. This is normally along the lines of teatime, followed by quiet play, bath, story and then bed.
Monday, 8 February 2016 | Bedtime Bedz
Quality sleep is essential for children’s growth and development. We need to pass on the skill of good sleep to children as early as possible to allow them to get the best benefit from an early age.