Balancing Parenthood and Sleep

I am Sarah, and as a mom with 2 kids a year apart, I know the struggle to set a sleep schedule as well as time to get my own rest. The challenges of managing the sleep patterns of both a newborn and a toddler can feel overwhelming at times. It's easy to put your own sleep on the back burner when you're juggling the needs of your little ones. I am here to share some sleep tips that have helped me navigate this demanding but rewarding phase of motherhood. πŸ’€πŸ‘ΆπŸ‘§Β 

😴 Nap When Your Children Nap: Prioritize short naps during the day when your newborn and toddler are resting. Even a 20-30-minute nap can significantly make a difference in how you feel.

🧸 Create a Consistent Sleep Schedule: Create a bedtime routine for your toddler, and try to align it with your newborn's sleep schedule as much as possible. Consistency can help regulate your toddler's sleep, making it more predictable.

🀝 Accept Help: Know that it is okay to ask for help from your partner, family members, or friends. Having someone else take care of the children while you get some uninterrupted sleep can be a lifesaver.

πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘¦β€πŸ‘¦ Connect with Other Moms: Join online or in-person support groups for moms in similar situations. You can share experiences, seek advice, and find emotional support.Β 

Another tip that has been a game-changer for me is using our TotCraft Bed Rail. These bed rails not only help keep your toddler safe in bed but also provide you with peace of mind, especially when you're managing the sleep schedules of both a newborn and an active toddler. It's a great solution for sleep training and ensuring that your toddler stays snug in bed during quiet time or nap time.πŸ›ŒπŸ§‘

Remember that sleep patterns will eventually improve as your children grow.Β  Always be patient with yourself and do your best to find a balance that works for your family. You're doing an amazing job, and your well-being is essential for your children's well-being as well. πŸ’ͺπŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦

Β Happy parenting,

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