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Getting Dad Involved

We’ve come a long way since the days when Mom was expected to handle all the child-related responsibilities in the family, but there still seems to be an assumption in a lot of families I work with that she’s supposed to handle bedtime, as well as any nighttime wake-ups. Today, I’m talking about why having both parents dividing the nighttime responsibilities can be a benefit for everyone in the family, including baby!

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