The Benefits of an Early Bedtime

There are plenty of reasons why you might not be able to put your baby to bed at 7:00 at night, but the most common reason I hear from parents whose little ones have a late bedtime is that they just aren’t tired by then.

Instead, they tend to be very energetic and super-adorable up until a couple of hours past that, then seem to fight sleep once they’re put into their crib.

In today’s video, I want to explain that late-night burst of energy, and tell you why it’s leading to poor sleep through the night. Once you’ve identified the issue, I think you’ll find that a 7:00 bedtime can help your baby get a better night’s sleep, and give you and your partner some much needed time alone with each other.

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