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How to help baby become a good sleeper

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edited January 2016 in Formula Feeding
You are probably no stranger to waking up around the clock whenever baby does, helping to soothe her back to sleep. It will most likely take her 12 to 24 weeks to start sleeping through the night (it’ll happen- we promise!), but you can start developing healthy sleep habits today! 

We called in an expert for the best advice on helping baby get to sleep on her own and stay asleep longer - so you can, too! Share your slumber-time successes or sleep goals you’re currently working on with your little one!  

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Re: How to help baby become a good sleeper

  • My sleep success story is this.
    My DD's doctor told us at her 2 week appointment to start the bed time routine now.  Supper crazy I know (we thought the same thing).  Well what she told us to do starting out is during the day open the blinds have lights on, tv up a decently loud volume, and don't try to be quite.  Then about an hour before bed time close the blinds, turn out more of the lights, lower the volume, and try to be a little more quite.  Then as your child gets older, change it depending on your child and situation.  Read a story, have then brush their teeth etc.  Try to keep it the same as much as possible. For us we would clean up toys and do the normal get in pj's, brush teeth, read a story.  Well my soon to be three year old has been sleeping through the night since she was 4 1/2 months old.  You do what's best for you but I believe helping them understand the difference between night and day is the start. 


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  • I did find out that my baby loves folk music and it helps her sleep!
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  • We get our son out of his swing before bed since he likes to swing back and forth and nap, change him, feed him, burp him, then to bed. I follow the same routine every time I feed him (figured out that he eats about 10, 2, and 6 night and day), the only difference is that at night I turn the lights low and close the curtains and make it as dark as I can. Works like a charm! He's almost 2 months now and only wakes us up once at night to eat
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