Viral Video Shows Adorable Twin Boys Happily Getting Into Bed With Independent Sleeping Routine
December 14, 2018 12:53 By Mambee
Twins are peculiar for many reasons, and the confluence of similar personality traits and marked differences makes them very adorable.
For many parents, the joy of raising twins is a profound feeling that makes up for all the trouble and difficulties encountered along the way. In many ways, twins are like the same person in two bodies, and they often unknowinly do things in sync.
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No two children are the same and adjusting to the individual peculiarities of each twin is vital if they are to be raisedwell, and one of the most baffling things about any set of twins is their sleeping pattern.
This set of twins defy the norm
Children are challenging creatures and getting them to sleep is usually an ordeal. At such a young age, the lure of independence is often too much for the little ones to ignore.
As such, parents keep looking for the right way to make their kids to go to bed. When twins are involved, one of them will most likely refuse to go to bed without the other.
That is precisely why this set of twins is getting rave reviews for their independence and ease of finding sleep.
This video shows them scurrying off to their bedroom once their mother says it’s time for bed. They then proceed to climb into bed with the grace of experienced gymnasts.
However, the most surprising part of the entire routine is that once the twins land in bed, they are genuinely happy to be there.
While they don’t immediately doze off, their mannerism suggests that they have been afforded the time and space to find their sleeping routine without interference from an adult. It is a move that is certainly paying dividends.
Chris and Zac certainly fit into the narrative of the perfect set of twins when it comes to finding sleep.
A few tips to help you get your kids into bed
Here are some practical tips to make it easier for you to get your kids into bed;
1. Develop a regular bedtime regime: For young children, routines are the easiest way to get them to do things. Find a method that culminates in going to bed, and they will adjust to it over time.
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2. Eliminate stress: High cortisol levels will make it difficult for your child to sleep. Creating a calm, cool ambiance before bed will reduce the cortisol in their system and allow them to sleep quickly.
3. Watch out for disorders: Pay close attention to your kid's sleeping pattern and the reasons behind it. You might need to see a doctor to get help if such situations persist.
Assisting your kids to sleep in the best possible way will help them a great deal. As time goes on, the routines you establish will come to them naturally and they will find their own sleeping regimen. After all, you won't be there all the time.