Why would you sleep train if you know kids will fall sick and it disrupts sleep? Yes, infant care, school, seasons changing will often mean that sickness may inadvertently disrupt sleep however that doesn’t mean we don’t provide our children the opportunity to have a great, deep and restorative sleep.
As parents, our greatest wish is for our child to be healthy. However, falling sick is part and parcel of growing up. This doesn’t stop us from worrying when our child is unwell and we never fail to fret as we watch our baby or toddler suffering from the discomfort of a flu. This anxiety is even greater during the current pandemic, with more strains of Covid being discovered, each one seeming more contagious.