Guest post by Polya Rosin, Sweden’s #1 Relationship Strategist To have a child is a miracle, right? I doubt there is a mom out there who could name a bigger source of joy and love than her kids. Most couples dream of the day when they become parents, take birthing classes, read parenting books. And
Check out Part 1 – Tips on how to prepare for preschool if you haven’t read it yet!
First, as your child adjusts to this new life as a preschooler, don’t over schedule yourself during the first month! If you are stressed with your schedule your child will also feel this along with needed extra time during this adjustment.
Starting preschool or daycare (if you are in Sweden it’s förskola) is a big leap for both you and your child. It will come with big emotions for both of you but helping them to prepare for the transition with ease the changes ahead. It’s never too early to help your child make an adjustment! Providing them with an easier transition helps strengthen the bond and trust between you both.
Just like adults, babies have different temperaments. Some are laid back and happy most of the time; others can be prone to frequent tantrums. Some babies enjoy a peaceful environment; others feel more comfortable when there is noise around. You may not realize, but the type of temperament that your little one has can affect their sleep, as well as having an effect on any sleep training that you provide.
The concept of training a baby to sleep may sound a little strange to you as a parent. Surely, a child should enjoy and benefit from natural sleep, rather than be trained. That’s what I thought in the beginning too!
Every year around Taylor’s birthday I always think back to her birth day. She is nearing five years old and her birth still feels like yesterday. Even though it’s still fresh in my mind, I thought I’d share our story before it becomes lost in the memory bank since every year is filled with new experiences and memories.
We have just gotten back from a month long trip to visit family and friends in Colorado and it was fun, but it definitely had some tough moments. One of the things I enjoy about being a sleep consultant is that I really can understand my kiddo.
Your baby is asleep, now what? You could do dishes or laundry but… you could also do something for yourself.
Exercise is one of the most beneficial, natural, and easy elements that you can use to increase your health and wellness, especially after having your baby.
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Hi, I’m Courtney Landin. I became a certified infant and child sleep specialist because I learned first-hand why sleep deprivation is used as a torture technique. I know it sounds funny, but it wasn’t at the time and if you are experiencing it, you know what I mean. Throughout my training I have learned that sleep is extremely important for our bodies, brains, and emotions. I am passionate about helping other families with their sleep issues because there is a solution! My one-on-one coaching, customized sleep plan, and continued support will help your family get the rest and happiness you deserve.