*Is your child getting (close to) the recommended number of hours of sleep for his/her age?
*Can your child play independently?
*Does your child fall asleep independently?
*When your child wakes up in the morning or from a nap, does he/she seem to be well rested?
*Would you describe your child as happy?
*Does your child handle changes/transitions well?
*Is your child in good health?
If you answered yes to the majority of these questions then chances are your child does not have a sleep problem. However, if you answered no to the majority of these questions you might want to take a closer look at your child's quality and quantity of sleep.
If your family needs individualized pediatric sleep support, please do not hesitate to contact Rest Well Baby (www.restwellbaby.com) to learn more about our gentle sleep coaching services and to schedule a FREE 15 minute initial phone call anywhere in the United States. We are passionate about helping tired families get the sleep they need!
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