Help with getting an infant to sleep at daycare
- May 30, 2015 at 4:06 pm #34396
My son is now 9 months old, and has been using the Zipadee-Zip for almost 5 months. It seems that when he is placed in his suit, its like a trigger to his brain to go to sleep! Ha! I love this thing 🙂September 27, 2017 at 4:10 pm #42577
Bernadette Alam AyoubParticipant
Hi! I realize that this post is over 6 years old, but I am currently going through the exact same thing with my 10 month old daughter! Do you by any chance remember how it was fixed? She was such a happy baby and had a lovely routine before daycare! I want my happy baby back! 🙁
Please get back to me.. thank you!September 18, 2018 at 7:40 pm #55171
Not sure if anyone at Bright Horizons has taken the safe sleep courses from PDIS
We are having the same issue I am a child care worker but we can’t have any blankets stuffed animals or anything inside those cribs but the baby and a pacifier or sleep jacket I just want to put this out there so other centers can be aware of it licensing is coming in and they are really going hard on people that are doing this so we have to come up with other suggestions to comfort the child that is not napping or is having a hard time napping at daycare
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