It’s unrealistic to stay home for every nap, every day. There’s that playdate or the Mommy and Baby class, a doctor’s appointment or you’re celebrating a family birthday. It’s not the worst thing if your child has to miss a nap, but if you do it frequently your child will become very overtired and start to show signs of sleep deprivation. Click here for 3 reasons you shouldn’t miss your child’s naps.
3 Reasons Why You Might Not Want to Miss Your Child’s Daytime Naps
About the Author: Kimberly Lewis
Kimberly Lewis is a mother of 2 children and a Family Sleep Institute Certified Child Sleep Consultant at BabyZzz. She helps tired families with infants, babies and toddlers become well rested families through customized sleep solutions and one-on-one support. She offers various services including home, phone/Skype and overnight consultations.
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