Bedtime Books for Toddlers
When my son was graduating from babyhood to toddlerhood (somewhere between his first and second birthday) I did a lot of research on the topic of sleep and routines with young kids. My son has actually never been a great sleeper, BUT this bedtime book put his mind at ease and even became something he looked forward to and requested each night when it was time to go to bed.
Using software I downloaded on blurb.com, I created a simple hardcover book for my son Jackson, following the general idea and concept of Goodnight Moon. 15 pages of what things Jackson liked to do and play with during the day (i.e. the park, dogs, airplanes, balloons, food, Mommy & Daddy, his grandparents, etc.) He really seemed to love having a book that was about him & it was filled with familiar things that made him happy. I will post a few pictures here from that project, but I hope this idea can inspire parents who have difficulty getting their babes to sleep, or maybe just wanting to create a routine where reading is involved at the end of the day. You can also just check out https://www.blurb.com/ for any self-publishing endeavors you may currently be undertaking; it's a great resource!
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I’m Katie Storey & I’m 32 years old. I taught 4th grade for 5 years & have tutored for 2 years (mostly in reading & writing.)
In every aspect of my life I enjoy reading (self-helps, biographies, fictional novels, etc.) & writing. Here’s the space where I will share products I am getting published. Happy reading!