Facebook Top
Do you want more sleep?   Yes! I need more sleep.

Reader Interactions

Comments

  1. Busy bees says:

    Awesome information. It is very amazing information.I really appreciate you talking about getting your home daycare center to adopt your toddlers’ home nap time schedule to effectively maximize the kids’ learning curve. Not only would this encourage my mom to get professional daycare services to visit the home as scheduled, but also make use of the free time to create fun activities for the twins.It is very interesting article. I will share in this post. Thank you.

    • Debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site says:

      Thanks for visiting @Busy Bee! Glad you liked the article. Thank you and keep reading!

  2. I wanted to thank you for these tips for letting a child nap in child care or a daycare. It’s nice to know that the childcare provider can use different methods to get children to sleep. It sounds important to talk with them about it and maybe mention some methods you have used that might help the child sleep.

    • Debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site says:

      Hi @Taylor – Glad yo found the article helpful! Thanks for reading!!

  3. Angel Bogart says:

    I really appreciate you talking about getting your home daycare center to adopt your toddlers’ home nap time schedule to effectively maximize the kids’ learning curve. Not only would this encourage my mom to get professional daycare services to visit the home as scheduled, but also make use of the free time to create fun activities for the twins. This should make the twins more excited to learn as soon as they learn that their teachers are already at home preparing games for them to play and learn.

    • Debbye @ The Baby Sleep Site says:

      Hi @Angel! Glad this was helpful for you! Thanks for taking a minute to write. : ) Keep reading!

  4. Millie Hue says:

    I like that you pointed out that we must communicate with the staff so that we will be able to ensure that our child will be comfortable in the facility with the proper routine that they know. I just got curious about this since I am a first-time parent, so I wanted to be sure that my son will be in good hands once I send him to one. We just need to do this because I need to go back to work now that I have used up all my leaves as a single parent, and I need to work to provide for him.

    • Neosha says:

      @Millie Hue – Thank you for reading and for sharing with us. Communication is key when it comes to keeping your child’s sleep schedule as close to it is at home as is possible. We’ve found that most caregivers who value sleep will do their best to work with you. Wishing you all the best as you return to work!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *