Children have to get a little extra sleep during the day, it's just healthier living for them that way. Their little bodies cannot cope with the sudden bursts of energy and then after a few minutes a wall of tiredness. You will know by now that even though they need a nap, they will try to carry on playing, eating or just watching their television shows. Wrestling and running around ensues when you tell them to nap, because they feel as if they don’t need to. Yet after a few minutes, there they are, completely asleep. A nap blanket with a children’s pattern and made from a soft material would allow your children to feel a little more comfortable with the prospect of napping. It creates a supportive aspect of going to sleep, it's something familiar and part of a routine.
With toys and books everywhere, a child’s bedroom can feel a little cramped at times. So the bed itself feels like it's stuffed into the room, and it's just a rectangle piece of wood and cloth in the corner of the room. With so much imagination in their small little minds, why would they want something as boring as a bed that does not facilitate their wondrous mind? A teepee cabin bed is a cool kids bedroom furniture. It's shaped like a triangle and made of wood. It has giant shapely holes cut out of it's design so it can breathe. On the other hand you can bring the trees indoors with a Mathy by Bols treehouse bunk bed if you have more than one child sharing a room. Not very tall of the floor, but it still has a little ladder for the child on the top bunk to climb. It's like a traditional treehouse only the inside is where the bed is situated. On the ground floor, there’s also another bed, however the treehouse is made to order so you can customize it. These types of furniture can greatly help a child want to get to bed and not stay up so late. It's their little place of imagination and unique.
Bland and generic items around the home that are meant for children actually end up making things seem like a chore. They don’t allow the child to get comfortable with them and see them as supportive. So wherever you can, make some changes that aid your child in calming down.