• Megan Robert

AVOID DROPPING A NAP TOO EARLY BY FIRST EVALUATING THESE 8 AREAS

EPISODE 13 OF THE AFTER THE STORK PODCAST

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In this episode you will learn why dropping a nap too early can be an issue, the very first thing to do if sleep is off, and eight areas to consider evaluating before assuming your child is ready to drop a nap.

The eight areas to consider before assuming your child is ready to drop a nap:


Teething.


Illnesses.


Change in bowel movements.


Learning a new skills.


Going through a milestone or leap.


Changes.


Daycare.


ESRA+ with an emphasis on the schedule.


When you know what could potentially throw off sleep? You are then better able to make an informed decision for your child regarding naps. This is a common reason that past clients will reach out to me. They know what to look for in order to proactively reach out if they need reassurance or guidance when dropping a nap.

Pages that are included in the "Is It Time to Drop a Nap" resource free for download.

Tune in for the next episode of the After the Stork Podcast that comes out on Thursday, June 3rd which will be a continuation of this topic. After listening to this episode, you will know what to consider prior to assuming your child is ready to drop a nap. The next episode will be about when it is typical for naps to drop based on age, the order in which naps should be dropped, and what signs to look for to know whether or not your child truly is ready.


And if you want a guide to go along with today’s episode and to get a jumpstart for the next one? Get your copy of “It is Time to Drop a Nap?” at afterthestorksleep.com/isittimetodropanap.


LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE


> Episode 2: Healthy Sleep, CATRing to Your Child's Age


> Episode 3: MYTH Sleep Training is Choosing a Sleep Training Method


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> Download your copy of "Is It Time to Drop a Nap?"


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