Bath, Book, Bed

Simple steps to a better night’s sleep

 

We know how exhausting the bedtime battles can be. That's why we've devised Bath, Book, Bed: a simple solution to sleepless nights. We know that a regular nightly bedtime routine is associated with improved sleep in young children. And we think there's nothing better than snuggling up and sharing a soothing bedtime story to send them off to the land of nod.

 

If you're interested in finding out more, then sign up to Bath, Book, Bed: 14 Days to Better Sleep. See yourself how it can help your family and get exclusive content with daily tips and advice. 

 

You can also view tips on how to get your newborn, baby and even toddler to sleep.

 

Experienced parenting expert Jo Frost is helping us launch the Bath, Book, Bed bedtime routine.

 

Jo Frost Bath, Book, Bed

 

Jo Frost says:

All parents worry about getting young children to sleep at night - and of course getting enough sleep themselves. It doesn't require complicated regimes, toys or gizmos. A simple routine is the best way to get your little one ready to visit the land of nod. Bath, Book, Bed is all you need to remember.

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Bath, Book, Bed currently focuses on 0-3 year-olds. You must be at least 18 years-old to register. By signing up for Bath, Book, Bed you will also receive newsletters and updates from us regarding competitions, prizes, family fun, events and future campaigns.

 

 

 

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How to get your newborn to sleep

Bath, Book, Bed aims to help your newborn enter into a regular and effective bedtime routine.

How to get your baby to sleep

Bath, Book, Bed aims to help your baby enter into a regular and effective bedtime routine.

How to get your toddler to sleep

Bath, Book, Bed aims to help your toddler enter into a regular and effective bedtime routine.

Bath, Book, Bed - FAQs

If you have any questions about your child's bedtime routine, see Jo Frost's answers to frequently asked questions