Sleep

Making sleep routines is the secret to a good sleeper for naps and night

• Have the same bedtime plan every day: take a bath, brush teeth, read together, keep lights low, talk quietly, and cuddle.
• Keeping the same routine before bed time and nap time is the key to baby learning when it’s time to sleep.
• Putting your baby in their crib while drowsy but still awake will teach them to go to sleep on their own.
• Getting your baby to sleep is always a challenge that leaves parents and caregivers tired.
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Sleep

Helping your toddler name their feelings can help them sleep better

• Your toddler is learning to name their feelings, so helping them by saying “you look tired” can help them learn what they are feeling.
• When you notice your toddler is tired, tell them that they look tired and suggest quiet time or sleep.
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