nap transitioning

THE STIR: 7 TIPS FOR TRANSITIONING TODDLERS TO ‘NO NAP’

I was recently quoted in an article on The Stir.
By Judy Dutton, October 15, 2014
Every toddler, sooner or later, stops taking naps … and this transition, while necessary and normal, can be a tough one for kids (and moms!) to muddle through. Late afternoon meltdowns ensue; frazzled parents wonder whether their overtired kid will make it until bedtime … or drift off at 5 p.m., which means they’ll be up all night. Yet in […]

By |October 22nd, 2014|Advice & Resources, Press, Sleep Tips|Comments Off on THE STIR: 7 TIPS FOR TRANSITIONING TODDLERS TO ‘NO NAP’

Is Your Child Ready to Drop Their Last Nap?

Are you wondering whether you child is ready to drop their last nap?  If they are starting school this fall, perhaps you don’t have a choice.  To find out what the signs are and how to make the transition as easy as possible, read the full article here.

 

 

By |August 29th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Sleep Tips|Comments Off on Is Your Child Ready to Drop Their Last Nap?

Signs that it is Time to Transition from Two Naps to One

It’s morning naptime and your toddler just doesn’t want to nap.  He was such a great napper before but now he plays in his crib the entire time.  Sometimes he falls asleep but it’s affecting his afternoon nap.   Does this mean he’s ready to transition from two naps to one?
Not necessarily.  He may be going through a developmental milestone, like crawling or walking, which is affecting his sleep during the day.  […]

By |September 27th, 2013|Advice & Resources, Sleep Tips|1 Comment