We’d probably have trouble drifting to dreamland, too, if President Obama and the first lady dropped in right before bedtime.
Luckily, William reportedly said he discovered one trick to help calm crying baby George -- the sound of running water.
Turns out, there may actually be some science behind why the trick might work as a slumber aid. Studies have shown white noise helps some people fall asleep and stay asleep because it drowns out the other disruptive sounds that might wake us up.
And if that doesn’t work, other experts say sticking to a bedtime routine, avoiding screens before bed, getting enough physical activity throughout the day and eating right (including a bedtime snack) are some of the best ways to help your child rest well.
Sarah DiGiulio is The Huffington Post’s sleep reporter. You can contact her at email@example.com.