I have had a major problem with Tilly sleeping recently but it seems to be getting worse. She never seems to be tired, or if she is tired she seems to get a second wind all of a sudden and she is running around like a lunatic. I am not one for punishing a child when they won't sleep because I have sleep problems myself. I suffer from insomnia and find it difficult to switch my brain off. So how do we know that Tilly isn't the same?
Sometimes when its after midnight when your child is still in her bed, you really are at your wits end and last week as I was struggling to stay awake after another sleepless night I was approached by some people who explained about a book to me. 'The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep' is a book that is written by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, a behavioural scientist with a bachelor's degree in psychology she is also a teacher of communications at a Swedish university.In the book he uses a unique and distinct language that will help your child fall asleep. The book is popular around the world with parents using it already and Ladybird books are looking for some families that would like to take part in a short film and interview about their sleep pattern.
Ladybird are looking for parents with children between 4-6 who really need to claim back a bedtime routine. They are making a 15 minute video film for social media about 'The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep'. They are looking for one British and one relocated American parent and child to try the book over the course of a week and to write a review of the book at the end.
Are you interested? Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will get back to you as soon as possible. This is open to anyone who has a child who with sleep problems.
This is a collaberative post with Ladybird.