I’m not one to advocate less sleep, as a rule, but as kids mature, they’re gradually ready to start sleeping less during the day. But how do you know when it’s time to cut out that second nap, and how do you change the schedule to ensure a smooth transition? I’ve got some answers for you in this week’s video.
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