BABY Sleep tips for summer; DOCKATOT PROJECT JOINS WITH NIGHT NIGHT
Summer time can be difficult when it comes to getting babies to sleep. With more daylight hours, vacation plans and spent at the beach or pool days, some babies do not take well to the change in the atmosphere and their sleep schedules suffers. Sleep experts baby in DockATot have come up with some of the best baby sleep tips for the summer to help you get your little ones to rest soundly this summer where you are. . Tips Baby: Sleeping in the summer
make the room as dark as possible:
One of the biggest challenges in the summer is to take the kids to bed when it’s still light outside. Our bodies collected in the smallest quantities of light that can inhibit our better sleep. Your best bet is to make the room as dark as possible by using curtains or room darkening curtains. This creates a “cave like” feeling and makes it more likely sleep. Use these for naps and bedtime. You can also take a set of cheap blackout drapes site and a tension bar for use when traveling during the summer. The tension rod fits most sized windows whether they are in the hotel or visit family.
Stick to a regular schedule
During the summer, especially when on holiday, it is difficult to keep a regular schedule, but that will benefit the whole family long run.Try to establish some structure to your day and create a summer routine that is aligned as closely as possible with your regular schedule. Keep waking time, bedtime and naptime the same. That will help keep the circadian rhythms of his family to the track.
Temps Keep cool room enough
is very difficult to sleep when it’s hot. Babies’ bodies do not regulate temperature as well as adults and can overheat more easily than older children and adults. Keep the room temperature around 68-72 ° C. Bring a fan if necessary to cool the room, just make sure the air is not blowing on the child. During the day, close the blinds during peak hours of sun to help keep the room cool too. Dress your baby in a simple cotton bed, light cotton or wrap onesie. Using DockATot for naps or rest can also help as it harbors no heat and creates an ideal microclimate for babies.
Don’t Jump naps
is difficult to stick to a regular nap schedule in the summer, but children need it most in the summer when they are out in the increasingly physically active sun. They strive to squeeze in a nap and if the fight, insist on quiet time alone in the middle of the day to recharge.
follow a schedule
Getting kids to stay on schedule during the summer trip is simply difficult. children traveling can resist bedtime, nap, they refuse restless sleep, or wake up earlier than expected – resulting in irritable children and parents spent. So insist on a semi-regular sleep schedule to keep everyone happy. The key is recreating child’s sleep routine as closely as possible to the new location. Maintain a bedtime and bring along books before sleeping and familiar bed clothes and toys to comfort and encourage children tired deeper sleep. DockATot is an indispensable tool when traveling for many parents, because it creates a dream for babies coherent space can nap soundly wherever they are.
This summer also marks an exciting partnership between DockATot and Project Night Night . DockATot will donate $ 1 for each DockATot sold on their website through late July. Project Night Night helps homeless children (ages 0-12) get a good night’s sleep by donating a “night night bag” full of essential elements of the dream, like a book, a blanket, and a stuffed animal, homeless shelters. The initiative donates over 25,000 “packages” Night night every year for homeless children who need essential elements of childhood have a source of concrete and predictable security and greater exposure to literacy materials with high quality during his time of turmoil. By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces the trauma and emotional and cognitive well-being of children attending progresses. DockATot is proud to contribute to this amazing charity!