It is better for parents to put children to bed between their two. But at any age children can put to bed alone.
Many mothers say their children do not sleep in private after the age of 15. They share a bed with themselves at night.
At what age do they put their children to sleep in a separate room? They also ask.
It is better for parents to put children to bed between their two. Many parents will be both going to work.
Their children are in the care of grandparents during the day or under the direct supervision of housemaids.
At the same time they will be satisfied that their loneliness has been compensate for by the opportunity to be in the warmth of their parents throughout the night.
Some parents do not want their children to wet the bed when they put their baby to bed. So they put the baby to bed in a cradle or box as far as they can reach.
Babies who put off like this will not feel lonely when they hear their mother’s supportive voice immediately when they are hungry and crying at night.
The feeling that ‘we have people here to listen to us as the voice speaks’ stays in the minds of the children and they do not care about that minimum gap.
There is also the possibility that those who put the baby to bed between the two of them are a hindrance to their ‘nocturnal intimacy’.
At that time the baby cries and they have to break the sweetness of loneliness.
In the meanwhile some mothers who are worry that their husband’s restful sleep will be interrupt. Due to the baby waking up crying in the middle of the day come to the idea of putting the baby to bed a little.
The problem arises as to where to place the first child in bed at the time of the birth of the second child.
If these are the villages then the first child is hand over to the grandparents in a spacious house.
So the first child escapes from situations like loneliness, darkness, space crisis.
But the status of the first child in squalid city homes is not telling. The first child in this kind of risk begin to see their parents second child as their enemy. This should avoid.
At the age of four or five, children are able to perceive the events that take place around them. These children may even see their parents’ ‘intimacy’ when they wake up at night.
Rather than putting the baby to sleep alone at that time, they can fulfill their needs after the baby is asleep. Rarely do children fall asleep alone at this age.
Children become boys at the age of 7,8. This season they also get friends from outside places including school beyond home.
Now there is a change within them to the extent that they sleep in a private room by themselves.
At this age, parents should tell their children that they will sleep in the same room with their parents and make it a habit for them to sleep in a private room. This is good for their psychological development.
Even so, one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Ghost stories told by parents or friends can be frightening at night.
Those who are scare like this can put to sleep in a separate bed in the parents bedroom.
One of the parents may have slept until they fell asleep next to those who were afraid to sleep alone in such an arrangement. Over the course of the day these boys will get use to sleeping alone.
Now that the smart phone hassle has arrived, parents fear that their children will be distracted if they sleep in a private room.
But with proper monitoring, it is best to keep children alone until they are 15 years old.