Bedtime is a real drama in most families. The phrase “mom, can I lie down on your bed?” it has become routine for many parents, who find themselves having to share the space with the little one almost daily. And in this, nobody sleeps well!
This is Pedro’s story, illustrated in Where am I going to sleep?, children’s book written by journalist Nívea Salgado, from the Blog Mil Dicas de Mãe. In a playful and relaxed way, reading provides the little ones with the knowledge that children grow up and discover the advantages of their own room. And it’s right there, close to Dad and Mom!
When talking to the author of Where am I going to sleep?, we found out that this dilemma was also part of Nívea’s daily life, who felt the urge to write her second book for children after going through this process with her daughter Catarina.
“My daughter has always had a lot of trouble sleeping. When I remember her early years, this is certainly a remarkable aspect, which involves many feelings: the desire to give comfort to the child, to make him feel safe, and at the same time that he learns to sleep well and with autonomy”.
Without too many spoilers! But in Where am I going to sleep?, Pedro starts to like sleeping in bed after being presented with Cama Casinha, which transforms the baby’s room into a more playful and fun environment. And at Nivea’s house, it was no different! “Here, changing the bed helped a lot. I believe that when the child feels this security in his space everything becomes easier. In addition, for many children, getting a new bed is a sign that it has grown and is ready for new challenges ”.
Speaking of baby’s room, the coolest in the Where am I going to sleep? is that Pedro’s corner is all decorated with the products of Grão de Gente! Take a look at the exclusive pieces chosen to illustrate the booklet:
“I chose Grão de Gente to bring the project to life because, in addition to knowing and liking the products a lot, I also knew how serious the company was, which achieved national recognition in the children’s decoration segment. After all, Pedro’s room needed to be cute!
If you are experiencing this drama at your home, stay calm! Nivia shared with us that “patience is the first piece of advice. Because everything passes, even sleep problems. And the second is to give your child security, because he will certainly sleep better when he feels safe. Pay attention, give lap, and provide a pleasant environment so that he feels good there, that the rest is a consequence ”.
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