Did you know... Sleep and Obesity

Did you know that multiple studies have shown a greater prevalence of obesity in young children that sleep for shorter durations at night? Additionally, a later bedtime and
co-sleeping with caregivers strongly relates to sleeping less at night.

Your preschooler's chance of obesity is significantly decreased if he is sleeping at least 10.5 hours a night on weekdays, has regular family meals and has limited screen time (2 hours or less).

What does this all mean?! It's time for you and your baby to get more sleep!

Source: Journal of Pediatrics