Make Bedtime Not Suck

Sleep is really (really) important, especially as a parent. Bedtime can be a battlefield. Most nights I just want my kids to go to bed. Sure, I want them to have physical and mental rest, but I also want some "me" time to relax, do chores around the house, or catch up on my favorite not-so-rated-G shows.

The later it gets, the sleepier I get, and sleep increasingly becomes what I want the most. The later everyone is up, the crankier everyone gets.

After many nights of this vicious cycle, I decided to write a book to help my kids fall asleep faster. It's designed to help my kids relax, receive messages of love and positivity, and feel a sense of comfort and security. When kids feel loved, safe, and supported, they are more likely to be relax and fall asleep.

It's also a good read for parents and children to share together.

My four-year-old loves this book. He loves reading this book with me at night. Quite frankly, I'm so glad that I created this.

For all you parents out there, The Good Night Book is a great read for bedtime, and it will definitely  help your kids fall asleep faster so you have more time for you. Grab your copy for $0 (or pay-what-you-want, for now).

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