Another day 3 BFBN post! Bedtime is a common time for fears to come out. That can be tough, because by that point in the day you sometimes just want your little one to go to bed already! Carrie from Wiley Adventures has some great tips for us on just this topic.
“Even as an adult, there is something about bedtime that makes the fears and anxiety rise to the surface. Something about the dark, the quiet, the aloneness, that triggers scary thoughts and fears. And I don’t know about you, but very few times has it actually worked to just tell myself to stop it, to stop being afraid. As an adult, I’ve learned how to manage my fears in healthy ways and I think that’s the best way to teach our kids to handle their fears as well.”
Head on over to Wiley Adventures to read more!
Be sure to check in every day this week for more from the ladies of the BFBN!
Monday: Chronicles of a Babywise Mom: What To Do When Your Child is Scared of the Dark
Tuesday: Mama’s Organized Chaos: How To Ease Your Toddler’s Fears
Tuesday: Let’s Be Brave: 9 Ways to Teach Kids Bravery
Wednesday: Christine Keys: 3 Powerful Ways to Conquer Your Toddler’s Irrational Fears
Wednesday: Wiley Adventures: Managing Fears at Bedtime
Thursday: Team Cartwright: Real Vs. Fake Fears: How To Distinguish Between the Two
Friday: The Journey of Parenthood: How To Help Prevent Childhood Fears
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