Have a child that hasn’t quite nailed this whole “bedtime” thing? So do our readers. Come and have a peak at just what our readers’ children get up to rather than sleeping.
Sleep week is wrapping up and we want to thank our readers for tuning in and reading through all of our featured articles, tips and best finds of sleep-related products. At the start of the week we asked our Babyologists to submit their bedtime fails and we absolutely loved the responses!
Turns out, kids across Australia are choosing to use bedtime as a chance to party and falling asleep in the most inconvenient places at the most inconvenient times. Come and share a sleep-deprived giggle at our favourite reader submissions and have a look back at our most popular Sleep Week posts.
When your child will not sleep in her bed
But prefers to sleep in the toy basket covered in a pile of stuffed animals.
When you wake up to find this face
Clearly no one is allowed to sleep… ever.
When your child is fast asleep but you can’t leave her side…
In case she suffocates from all the stuffed animals and blankets that adorn her sleep area.
When Minecraft wins
Sleep is out. Playing on the iPhone is clearly the better choice.
When your head is the best pillow in the world
Who needs sleep anyway?
When under the bed is the most logical place to sleep
And you go through the inner battle with yourself whether to move her and risk waking her up, or just let her be (latter wins).
When a late night turns into an early day
This is my daughter, Jade. Jade prefers to spend her nights annoying me and her days asleep under a tree at a popular swimming hole surrounded by tanning hungover backpackers.
Party on Jade.
My turn will come. Just you wait until you turn 13…
Thanks again for sharing Sleep Week with us Babyologists! Check out our most popular Sleep Week posts including:
- Top five baby sleep myths – busted!
- Experts reveal their best sleep tips for babies and toddlers
- Baby sleep videos that show parents how to get bub to fall asleep in record time
- The best night lights to help little ones sleep tight – a Babyology roundup
- Help your baby sleep better as the temperature drops
- Baby Shusher – the revolutionary device for settling baby once and for all