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(LA Times)   Study shows naps can improve a preschooler's memory, just not enough to tell you who broke the lamp in the living room   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, living room, University of Massachusetts Amherst, historic preservation, preschools, National Academy of Sciences  
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2013-09-24 06:38:25 PM  
Preschoolers' naps certainly improve their parents' memories.
2013-09-24 06:46:08 PM  
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2013-09-24 06:51:58 PM  
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2013-09-24 07:09:03 PM  
Young children need lots of sleep; therefore, resting for a significant period during the day will allow them to function better, physically and cognitively, for the remainder.   You don't say.
2013-09-24 07:15:31 PM  

AliceBToklasLives: Preschoolers' naps certainly improve their parents' memories.

My 2 year old son just stopped going to sleep for naps.  It really sucks. I needed that time to regain my sanity. We try to give him down time, but he just farks around.

At least he sleeps 12 hours a night.
2013-09-24 08:58:36 PM  
This must be about older-than-2 preschoolers. My toddler's naps still seem like a mental reset, after which I have to give a refresher on where we've gone and what we've seen all day.
2013-09-24 10:03:57 PM  
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2013-09-24 10:54:58 PM  
Does this mean I can legally drug my 4 year olds every day at 2pm with a healthy dose of Childrens Benedryl? Please say yes.
2013-09-25 01:52:16 AM  
I assume it was "Mr. Nobody" - that guy broke a lot of shiat in our house.
2013-09-25 10:33:59 PM  
Mom always said don't play ball in the house.
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