*Your little one may be getting sick. It is not uncommon for a child's sleep to get disrupted before we (as parents) even realize that our little one has a cold or is not feeling well.
*Has your toddler's sleep environment suddenly changed? Did he/she move to a new room or bed? What may seem like a minor change to us as adults can be a big change to a young child.
*Is your child going through a developmental milestone? Separation anxiety, language burst, walking, potty training, etc... can all impact sleep temporarily.
*Is your toddler having nightmares? It is not uncommon for toddlers to occasionally have scary thoughts which can interrupt sleep.
*Does your child have any underlying medical conditions? Asthma, allergies, eczema, sleep apnea, anxiety, etc... can all cause sleep disturbances.
*Is your toddler napping well? If your child is not getting the right amount of daytime sleep for his/her age then that can lead to interrupted nighttime 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. Rest Well Baby - helping tired families get the sleep they need!
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