Bedtime Battles

Bedtime for your preschool-aged child can be a chore. Make it easier on everyone by establishing a foolproof bedtime routine.

Getting children to sleep with an established bedtime routine
Getting any preschool-age child into bed at night can be a nightmare. Although parents like to think that they give enough time to their children, many who work have only a quick dinner with their children and then put them to bed. All too often, this brief interaction becomes a battle that leaves children crying and screaming and parents feeling inadequate and guilty. Although parents may come home tired and exasperated by their day of work, children see their entrance ...

The safety and predictability of a regular evening routine can end go-to-sleep struggles with your preschooler.


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