November is a great time to consider introducing an age appropriate sleep training program to make some positive changes to your child’s sleep habits and here’s why:
Winter is coming
It’s been a beautiful Fall, but word on the street is that we are in for another tough winter. (And by tough I mean it will make last winter look like a vacation in south Florida). If your baby needs to go for a drive in the car, or a walk in the stroller in order to fall asleep, then winter probably isn’t going to be your best friend.
Christmas is less than 8 weeks away
The Holidays can be stressful enough without the added difficulty of sleep deprivation or having to navigate events with an overtired and fussy baby. Having a well-rested, calm and content baby can make a world of difference in how you spend your holidays.
Peak travel season is around the corner
If you are planning on taking a break from the cold, you will want to ensure a stress free vacation. If your child has healthy sleep habits and is on a fairly predictable schedule, it’s likely that you will be able to squeeze the maximum amount of relaxation out of your vacation.
While November is a month for reflection, there tends be fewer commitments on our calendars. It is an ideal time to focus on making changes to your child’s sleep habits.