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How Healthy Sleep is Possible from Birth Through Older Children. You can have healthy sleep at all ages. You start with a strong foundation and then hold strong to it.
Healthy sleep is a worthwhile goal for your baby. Once you have worked to get that healthy sleep for your baby, it is absolutely worth holding fast to it through the toddler years, preschooler years, elementary years, and teenage years. Then you send your child off into the world as an adult who knows how to sleep. That may sound silly, but when you look at the rising number of prescription sleep aids, you know sleep is a skill that is indeed valuable.
Babywise Can Work For Your Baby
Christine from Christine Keys is talking about why Babywise works for all kinds of babies. I love this topic being addressed. Every so often, I see moms talking about how Babywise just didn’t work for their baby. Christine is talking about why it can basically work with almost every baby out there. She says:
Well yes, babies are all different and it is our job as parents to be able to evaluate and meet the needs of our children individually. However, I would put to you that the Babywise method is something that can easily be applied to a very broad range of babies.
I know moms that have used Babywise with great success who have had many other issues to deal with. We’re talking reflux, colic, and a barrage of other medical challenges. In fact, those women even say that Babywise made life easier.
Head on over to Christine Keys to read all 5 Reasons Babywise Is Effective for All Kinds of Babies. For help with implementing Babywise, see these posts on this blog:
- How To Do On Becoming Babywise
- Your Babywise Baby First Year Overview
- Babywise FAQs
- Sample Babywise Schedules
- Starting Babywise Late
Healthy Sleep Is Important for Older Kids
Babywise principles and goals aren’t only applicable to the babies. You want great sleep with your babies AND you want to carry that on into your older children. Healthy sleep is vital for life. That is a major fact that led me to Babywise in the first place. I wanted my children to grow to be adults who have great sleep habits. Sleep is highly underrated by society in most of our modern world, but being undervalued does not make it so it is not essential to overall physical and emotional health.
Carrie from Wiley Adventures is talking about sleep in older children. She is sharing why sleep is important, what habits you want to make sure to hold on to, when you can be lenient, and how to troubleshoot sleep for older kids. Head on over to Wiley Adventures to read all about Continuing Healthy Sleep Habits With Older Children. See these posts on this blog for help with sleep and older children:
- How Healthy Sleep Principles Have Benefited My Children from Infancy to Preteen
- Sleep Needs and Difficulties for 7-12 Year Olds
- Benefits of Babywise In Older Children
- Circadian Rhythm Explained and How It Impacts Sleep
- Regulatory Sleep Systems
The Babywise Friendly Blog Network ladies are all writing this week about sleep. Here is the schedule:
- How to Solve Sleep Problems for Toddlers and Preschoolers – Chronicles of a Babywise Mom – Monday
- 7 Ways to Establish Good Sleep Habits From Birth – Twin Mom and More – Tuesday
- How To Transition To One Nap – Let’s Be Brave – Tuesday
- Mama’s Organized Chaos: How To Know if Your Child is Ready to Drop to No Naps – Wednesday
- Team Cartwright: 7 Reasons I Want My Kids Awake After Bedtime – Wednesday
- Christine Keys: 5 Powerful Reasons Babywise is Powerful for All Kinds of Babies – Thursday
- Wiley Adventures: Thursday
- The Journey of Parenthood: How to Tell if You Have a High Sleep Needs or Low Sleep Needs Baby – Friday
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