Mattke said the reasons kids end up in bed with mom and dad differ. Mattke points to the American Academy of Pediatrics Four B's of bedtime bathing, brushing, books and bedtime , which was developed to help parents transitioning off the breast and bottle at bedtime to a new soothing routine. Once you decide to reclaim your bedroom, formulate a plan and be ready to stick with it, even if you're tired. Mattke said there are typically two groups of children: the ones who start out in their bed and come to their parents in the middle of the night and those who are sleeping with their parents all the time.
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Ah, bedtime. That glorious time of day when you drift into dreamland and forget your troubles. For many people, the day-to-day rigor can keep your mind churning and your body tossing and turning until the alarm starts blaring in your ear the next morning.
Usually toddlers are ready to move when they are two to three-and-a-half years old, but some are ready as early as 18 months. If you decide to use an adult-height bed, you may want to think about how to set it up to minimise danger to your toddler. If your child falls out of bed they are at a higher risk of injury or getting trapped between the bed and the wall.