It’s 5 am and there’s your toddler again. Strolling into your room asking for cereal and tv.
You shove your face deeper into the pillow, groaning and wondering AGAIN why this keeps happening.
What you wouldn’t give to see 7 am from under the covers.
..or maybe they just won’t settle at night unless you hold their hand and sing twinkle twinkle twenty times.
Or some nights they give you a kiss and go to sleep in five minutes but others they show up in the living room ten times after lights out?
Seems like you need some way of keeping track of your kid’s sleep (and lack of sleep).
Are you ready to keep track of your child’s sleep and find out what works best?
It’s hard to see what’s happening when you’re in the middle of it. Does white noise or a black out blind really help? Does dad have the magic touch? Is 8 pm better than 7:15 or 7:30?
Keeping a note can help you work out what matters and what doesn’t – for your child.
Because your child’s unique.
Take the first step to figure out what’s going on with your toddler or preschooler’s sleep by keeping track for 30 days with this simple but detailed journal.
You’ll figure out your priorities by tracking your little one’s sleeping and waking with simple prompts.
Once you see what’s actually happening – what happens on the good days and the bad days – you can focus on the good stuff.