Bedtime Rituals

Help your preschooler fall asleep quicker with soothing bedtime rituals.

Bedtime rituals to help your child fall asleep
Just when you have congratulated yourself for getting your baby to sleep through the night, along come the preschool years. If your adopted son or daughter joined your family as an older child, you may face additional nighttime hurdles. Recently adopted children often experience sleep difficulties because of grief, attachment issues, or culture shock. During the preschool years, children push for greater independence from parents. This desire, however, is balanced by fears of the unknown and a yearning for order. ...

Make bedtime with your preschooler a time for quiet routines and soothing rituals.

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