As adults, we typically love our beds. They give us feelings of comfort and rest, even when we’re not actually sleeping in them. But for babies, the sight of their crib can signal mommy leaving the scene for a while, or the end of playtime, which can quite often cause some feelings of resentment, leading to protests at bedtime.
Today, I’ve got some advice for building a positive association between your little one and their crib, which will help put an end to bedtime battles.
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