I Love to Sleep in My Own Bed by Shelley AdmontThis fun childrens picture book follows the story of cute little bunny, Jimmy.
He lives with his family in a small, nice house in the forest.
The problem is that Jimmy doesn’t want to sleep in his own bed.
Every night he sneaks quietly into his parents’ room and falls asleep in their bed.
Until one night something unexpected happened …. Are you curious?
Well, children, youll just have to read the book to find out what happened.
How To Get A Toddler To Sleep In Their Bed
5 Books to Help Get Kids to Sleep Alone
Getting a child to adjust from sleeping with her parents or in her crib to the point where she can sleep in her own bed can be a major hurdle to overcome. Adding to the problem is that parents will often opt for the path of least resistance, which more often than not means accommodating the child rather than dealing with the issue. It takes time and patience to make this transition, neither of which is in abundant supply for either party come bedtime. The five books listed below can help everyone sleep tight and alone at last. As frustrating of a task as it can be for tired parents, remember to maintain patience with your child as they try to work through this transition period. Cooperation is a social skill that all children have to learn, and teaching your children to share at an early age is the best way to begin teaching them about cooperation.
Cindy Hewitt is a retired teacher with a passion for children's literature. Read-aloud stories add quality to a child's life experiences. Parents will definitely identify with Candace Fleming's adorable farm characters trying to settle in for the night in her new book, Go Sleep in Your Own Bed! Pig tries to settle into his own bed but Cow is sleeping in his place. Cow tries to settle into her own bed but Hen is sleeping there. What is one to do when someone else is sleeping in your bed?