Hunger can be a common sleep ‘robber’

Hunger can be a common sleep “robber” for active young children.
To combat that, try offering a high-protein snack before bedtime.
Here are some great ones:

– Apple slices dipped in peanut butter
– Whole grain crackers with cheese
– Hummus and cucumbers
– Cottage cheese with strawberries

This can be especially helpful for those busy tots that don’t eat a lot for their evening meal!

– Yum! We might need to make these cinnamon protein pancakes for dessert.
– Our little ones love these peanut butter banana roll ups for working on gross motor skills while talking about directional words.

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