The Australian Government is preparing to allow children to nap, play, and drink while on their own in a move that will help them cope with the pressures of modern life.

In an announcement on Thursday, the Government is also proposing to create a special section in its budget for children’s sleepwear.

The move is part of the Government’s plan to boost the number of adults who can use the public transport system.

The announcement follows a review of child care that the Government has announced would begin in March.

“The Government’s sleep and recreation policy, which will be rolled out in March 2019, will help Australians who can’t get to their jobs and can’t go to school to spend time with their children,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in a statement.

Children’s napkin cloths, blanket, and toys will be exempt from the new rules, but the Government will not make blanket purchases tax deductible.

This new sleep policy will also be rolled into the government’s “parent-led” childcare program, which is designed to ensure parents are on hand to care for their children at all times.

The new policy comes on top of a number of other changes to childcare, including a move to introduce a more flexible timetable for childcare.

Parents will be able to choose when and how many hours of childcare they want to provide, as well as whether or not they will be working.

Children’s blankets will be made more accessible, and children’s toys will also now be made in a variety of colours, making them more appealing to children.