2-4yrs Toddler Guidelines
2-4yrs Toddler Guidelines
This product is a digital PDF file. Your Sleep Program is an instant download, emailed to you.
Our resourceful Toddler guidelines contain extensive information to help your Toddler through those crucial developmental years when they turn from babies into little people! Containing the following information awake, routine and sleeping guidelines.
- Ditching the dummy
- Transitioning from cot to bed
- Suited for Toddlers transitioning or transitioned to bed
- Toilet training
- Proven Baby Sleep School method on how to get your Toddler to sleep at night in their own bed and stay in there!
- Phasing out the day nap
- Early Rising
- Day-care naps- how to tackle these!
- For the Mama's: Our Sleep School "every second day rule" to keep you sane!
- Positive sleep associations
- Access to our private Facebook Village, including Fortnightly live chat/Q&A and settling videos
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Please note: This PDF DOES NOT include personalised email or phone support from our sleep consultants. This is separate a consultation package, that should be purchased separately as a either a home, email or phone consultation. In addition, we can't guarantee results as every baby/child has different sleep issues. There are so many factors that contribute to sleep problems and for further guidance and serious sleep concerns, we recommend you consult your healthcare professional or doctor.
Some useful info as usual on awake times, nutrition etc but much of it is already listed in the other guides which I found a lot more helpful. I was hoping for less general parenting advise and psychologist parenting theory/styles and more on transitions that link in with their sleep. It seems like most of the advice is aimed at kids who are already out of their cot and having issues, rather than advise on how to AVOID issues in the first place through preparation and behavioural signs to look out for. I was really hoping for more on:
- toilet training at night: can you do this when they are in a cot or wait until they have moved to bid kid bed?
- when to drop the white noise?
- when to introduce a night light (it mentions it can help if having nightmares, but what if just waking occasionally and/could it be used as a transition away from blackout blinds to normal blinds)?
-what to do if child keeps opening door and running into parents room? baby gate? helpful to leave door open a little or better to lock shut so no distractions?
- there is A LOT of changes happening from age 2 onwards (moving from cot, no sleeping bag, adding night lights, nightmares, dropping their nap, possible new sibling, toilet training, getting out of bed on their own and open the door etc)... some more advise on how to time all these changes would be helpful e.g. can any of it be done at the same time? in the space of a month? or is it best to spread out over 6 months etc. what if they seem ready for all of it?
Definitely an informative booklet and handy but doesn't cover my current issue/circumstance in depth.
We bought the 2-4 year guide a couple of weeks ago, we haven’t mastered the entire night in her room as of yet but we have managed to get her into her bed to start the night using the guide. I can’t wait to keep following the guide and see how we go.
With toddlerhood comes a whole lot of new challenges - sleep, beds, nap dropping, toilet training, dummy ditching - this guide has it all. So gentle, with options and room for whatever you’re comfortable with. Love it. Still following it!
Great guide, my only suggestion would be if you could be clearer on what to do when baby wakes through the night. E.g do you do the same as what you did for put down?
But it’s great to see a guide that’s straight to the point, and has both baby and parents in mind! The colour also helps :) We just had baby number 2 and are going to purchase newborn guide.