If you are a regular reader of this blog then you will know that we have had major problems with Jacob’s bed time routine in the past and though it has improved, we still have a great deal of trouble sometimes and he delays it as much as possible. This is now rubbing off on Noah and I have a feeling we will be going through the exact same ordeal at some point!
They do have a staggered bed time; Noah goes half an hour earlier than Jacob – one of the reasons for this was so that Jacob had some alone time with us, but it is really exhausting as by the time they are both asleep, I’m about ready for bed myself. I often wish I could just wave a wand or press a button and boom, they would be out like a light! I can only wish though, right? Shame.
I have read quite a bit recently about The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep, and quite a few of my friends have used it with their children’s bedtime routine. We are going to be road testing it on the boys soon and as they love a book at bed time, I’m hoping this may have some kind of effect – though I fear I may fall asleep too whilst reading it!
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Do you have problems with your child sleeping? Ladybird Books are looking for parents who would like to road test their book, ‘The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep’. The book has already had a huge impact for thousands of parents all over the world who find it difficult to get their children to sleep on a night. The book is written by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, a behavioural scientist with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a teacher of communications at a Swedish university, he uses a unique and distinct language pattern that will help your child relax and fall asleep-at bedtime or naptime.
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