Bedtime battles are pretty common for toddlers and even pre-teens. What are some of your challenges? Are tantrums a commonplace at bedtime? Or maybe there is some sort of fear factor causing a lot of anxiety in your child.
Whatever your bedtime obstacle is, take a look at the whole bedtime picture. Do you have a structured routine in place? How is the lighting and temperature in the room? Does your child feel secure at night? All things to consider in order to make the transition into bed an easy one.
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