Most parents love it when their toddler takes a nap. Their child gets a chance to decompress and rest, and parents get a little break. But even though you may have an afternoon nap routine for your toddler, you may find that it’s no longer working. Now, they just wants to play all day instead.
His physical needs change – he has more energy and enthusiasm, and he starts to assert his independence. So he’d much rather stay awake and play than get his afternoon nap.
The problem is, without that quick recharge, he can become tired – and irritable. Here’s how you can get him into bed.