BFBN: AVOIDING OVERTIREDNESS

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It is Babywise Friendly Blog Network week! You will be hearing from these lovely ladies this week, all on hot topics people often have questions about:


Shea, over at The Moses Home, is writing her tips on “Avoiding Overtiredness”. Check out the sneak peek below and head on over to her site to read the full post!


I get asked a couple of questions a lot, and most of them have one answer. Those questions are:

1. I can’t get {insert cute baby’s name here} to nap longer than 45 minutes at a time. He/She won’t take a full nap!

2. {insert cute baby’s name here} takes FOREVER to fall asleep for naps. He/She will never settle down, and just keep talking to themselves (or crying) when I lay them down!

3. {Insert cute baby’s name here} keeps waking up WAY early in the morning. Like at 4 or 5 am and I can’t get them to fall back asleep!

4. {Insert cute baby’s name here} wakes up from a nap SCREAMING. He/She never wakes up happy.


Most of the time, these questions lead me to the same root problem: Overtiredness. Having an overtired baby or toddler can make a mom feel like she is running around in circles – and coming to no real resolution to the problem. Read More….

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