1. Children's bodies are not as tired at nap time as they are at nighttime.
2. Children are aware that it's daytime and they do not want to slow down or stop what they are doing to go to sleep.
3. Little ones love spending time with family and familiar caregivers during the day and they don't want to separate.
So, what to do? The key is to have an appropriate schedule for your child, have gentle transitions and to respond consistently.
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 conversation anywhere in the United States. We are passionate about helping tired families get the sleep they need!
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