With three kids, in order to have sanity and find time for myself and my relationship, I need my kids to have good sleep habits. Most parents face sleep challenges on a regular basis, so finding good sleep support is ideal. Toronto mom Lisa Kvapil left the corporate world to become a sleep consultant. She offers some advice and answers the top six questions she gets from tired parents!
Finding a caregiver that’s the right fit for your family doesn’t have to be stressful! Here are a few tips to help you get started. Consider the unique needs of your kids: Look at what your child needs in a caregiver. If you have a super high-energy little one, maybe she responds best to calmness and structure to bring her back down to a functional pitch. Or perhaps your kids need someone who can run around and toss a ball to use up all that fabulous energy. If your child tends to be anxious, what kind of personality would best help him manage his feelings when you are apart?