Did you know that sleeping can be learned? That it is part of the developmental stages of children, just like learning to potty train, talk or walk?
And that you can teach your child to sleep as well as to walk by respecting the child’s rhythm in order to maximize his chances (and ours!).
This can be done by stages and with some back and forth:
Is it possible that the arrival of a child does not rhyme with sleep deprivation?
Encouraging your newborn or young child’s sleep while preserving the family members’ night is sometimes quite a challenge!
“And then, does your baby sleep through the night?”
A strong pressure is often felt by parents who question and doubt their parenting practices. Caught up in a whirlwind of information, it is often difficult to find one’s way.
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