As a mother, getting your toddler to bed can be the most tiring task. They whine, try causing delays by making unnecessary trips to the bathroom and will do absolutely anything to avoid going to bed.

If you’re finding it impossible to get your child into a good routine, this means that your strategy is ineffective and you probably should be looking for alternatives.

To begin with take note of your child’s sleep environment. It has been noticed that your physical environment has significant amount of influence on your mind and body in the night.

Following are some tips to keep surroundings good and let your kid enjoy sound sleep:

Sleep Audit

It is important to track your kid’s sleeping time in the entire day. This is very much essential if you note that your toddler is facing problem in going to bed. You can use traditional old or modern tricks to trace timings, it completely depends on you.

Before you carry out this analysis, search about ideal time a toddler should sleep. The main reason is it varies according to kid’s routine as some have more physical activities than mental exercises and vice-versa.

This way you will not take your kid an hour early to bed instead just in right time so that they easily fall asleep.

Find the right temperature

First-time parents are worried about setting the right temperature in the room for your kid. A radiator is a trust-worthy source which can generate sufficient amount of warmth depending upon the outside weather. It is believed that kid’s room must have a static temperature.

There are companies which offer models that offer warmth according to the weather outside your home. This creates a perfect balance between outside weather and in your room. This way, your kid enjoys a perfect temperature to sleep in.
 

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