The amount of sleep your teen is getting and the regularity of their sleep schedule is most important, so sleeping until the late morning may actually be okay.
Co-sleeping is not inherently wrong and does necessary cause problems as long as the child is healthy and over 18 months of age.
As schools close and at-home learning begins in earnest for kids because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s important to maintain a consistent schedule that includes healthy sleep habits.
If your trip is less than three days, it’s best to stay on your home schedule. For trips longer than three days, try banking sleep and adjusting your child’s schedule beforehand.
In a study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers found a strong association between sleeping on sofas and infant deaths.