Is it safe to give my child melatonin?

You are gone all day at work, come home, get dinner ready, feed the kids, clean up the kitchen and then it’s bath time and into bed for the kids. It seems like you haven’t sat down all day and you can’t wait to get the kids in bed, finally have some peace and quiet, and time to relax and decompress from your day. That sounds like most of us right? But then suddenly, you find yourself in the throws of a bedtime battle; it’s been 45 minutes and your toddler is still awake with tantrum throwing, potty requests, running around slap-happy, and you think “I just want some time alone. “Why won’t my child just lay down and go to sleep? He doesn’t even seem tired? “