I believe in being attentive to my baby's needs, exclusively breastfeeding, and baby-wearing a little bit each day, but I have recently had to start letting my baby fuss to sleep some because her sleep is regressing. She is so used to nursing to sleep, that now when she comes into a lighter sleep, instead of going back to sleep, she awakens because she is no longer nursing. It is effecting the amount of sleep she is getting. I guess my question is if a parent were to baby-wear for naps, how is the baby getting long, quality sleep? From all the research I have done, it is my understanding that babies need to get uninterrupted sleep. However, when my baby falls asleep in the front carrier, she usually only gets about 30 minutes of sleep, usually broken at that, which doesn't constitute as a full sleep cycle. And it isn't still sleep. Any thoughts?