Every kid is different, but there are some commonalities in the way they sleep, writes a PopSugar contributor.
Last night, at 3 a.m., my husband woke me up to tell me our son was wide awake, “reading” books — and eating oranges he’d gone downstairs to fetch out of the refrigerator by himself — in bed. After 20 minutes of cajoling, he still refused to go back to sleep, and my husband needed reinforcements. By the time I got to his room a few minutes later, he’d locked us out. Ever try arguing with a 3-year-old to let you in their room at 3 a.m. while trying not to wake his sister, who’s sleeping less than 10 feet away? Never will you wonder more why you decided to procreate in the first place.My kids can definitely be categorized as bedtime fighters and up-all-nighters. Which of the seven following categories does your child fall into?