3 Tips For Siblings Who Share A Room - Sleep Supernanny

3 Tips For Siblings Who Share A Room

3 Tips For Siblings Who Share A Room

Only start sharing a room with good sleepers. Means your children all need to be good independent sleepers.

Stagger Bedtimes by 30 minutes or more. This allows one child to be in a deeper sleep before the other child enters the room.

Be firm and consistent. It’s a given that your children will want to play with each other. Decide early on what you’re going to allow and what you’re not. Establish boundaries and set limits.

There is no right or wrong way to do this. The important thing is that your children get the sleep that they need every night

Let us know what works for you if your kids are sharing a room!

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