Does your child struggle with falling and staying asleep? Do you have lengthy rituals that you must perform repeatedly in order to get your child to sleep? Do you want your child to be well-rested and happy? Are you exhausted and worn out?
Sleep problems in children have been linked to health problems such as obesity and diabetes as well as behavioral problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Sleep loss is associated with anxiety and depression and can hinder a child's physical development.
An estimated 3 out of 10 infants and toddlers have trouble falling and staying asleep. When a child has difficulty sleeping, it can wreak havoc on an entire family, making everyone exhuasted. Having been the parent of a child who did not sleep well, I feel an obligation to lend my experience and knowledge to others.
Learn the tools now to help your child sleep and become a parent to a well-rested, happy and healthy child.
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Military Spouse Appreciation Day is the Friday before Mother's Day, May 6th, 2011. It is a day to recognize the contributions of the Military Spouse to our US Military.
"At the heart of our Armed Forces, servicemembers' spouses keep our military families on track. They balance family life, military life, and their careers, all while supporting other military families and giving back to their communities. Many have served in uniform themselves and, understanding the obligations involved, can provide unparalleled support. They are pillars of strength in their families, often celebrating their children's life milestones while the other parent is away." - Barack Obama
Presidential Proclamation--Military Spouse Appreciation Day
Jen Zajac, founder of Helping Your Child Sleep, was featured in the "Spotlight on the Military Spouse" on MilitaryAvenue.com, a service supporting the military relocation, travel, and lifestyle needs of the American military family. The community is comprised of millions of military active duty, retirees, veterans, DoD civilians and contractors, as well as military spouses and children.
Jen is honored to be a part of such an important national event.
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