Dream Books & What Helped

O.k. A few weeks ago I blogged about some of the getting to sleep and staying to sleep issue's we were having with our 3 1/2 yr. old.  The first thing I did was go to the library and check out a few books to ease her fears about dreaming and nightmares.  We checked out The Dream Shop by Katharine Kenah and Moonbear's Dream By Frank Asch.  We ommitted a few pages in the The Dream Shop because it also talks about nightmares and we didn't want to focus on the negative.  That night after we read both books I also put a clock with large digital numbers in her room, she has been asking about time and how long she sleeps etc. so I think we were working on 2 things; getting her to stay in bed and ease her fears.  At bedtime, I plugged the clock in and explained to her why we need a certain amount of sleep, we went through the whole family- that mommy & daddy sleep, sissy, our dog Harlee and how if we don't get enough our body and mind dont work properly.  She asked me how many hours she needed to sleep for and I told her and she proudly went to sleep smiling at the clock. A week later and every night she says "I need to go to sleep until the sun comes up" she has not fussed or come out of her room since.

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