This seems to be becoming a common theme at our house: bedtime rolls around and the little guy seems tired out and ready for bed. He goes to sleep. And forty-five minutes later, he’s up – crying – and refusing to sleep.
At this point, you would think that you have three options:
One: You go straight upstairs, soothe your baby back to sleep and go back to what you were doing.
Two: You ignore the crying, hope your baby goes back to sleep, and eventually cave to go upstairs and…essentially complete number one.
Three: You ignore the crying and your perfect little bean goes back to sleep. And sleeps through the night.
Yeah. Three doesn’t often happen in our house. And if it does in yours – well, this post probably isn’t for you....Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project