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How to Make a Baby Sleep Diary?

Before you begin working on your baby’s sleep strategy, you should first determine whether or not he or she has any sleep problems. A sleep diary (also called a sleep log) can answer this question. It will give you a clear picture of your child’s current sleep pattern.Why do you need a baby sleep diary? A baby sleep diary is important in many ways: It can help you monitor how much sleep your baby gets in general. The sleep diary …

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How to Help Your Child Switch From 2 Naps to 1 – Comprehensive Guide

As your child nears their first birthday, you may begin to think about moving to just one nap a day. “When is the right time to transition my child to one nap?” is a question I often hear from parents just like you. Switching from two naps to one can feel tricky, especially for first-time parents. Just when you feel you’ve got a handle on your child’s nap routine, it changes again. You might find your toddler starts to push …

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5 Reasons Why Your Baby Wakes Up Early in the Morning

Does your child wake up early in the morning? What does early waking mean? How can we help the baby sleep until later in the morning? In this article, we’ll shed light on these questions and more… There are many different reasons and a large number of factors that lead to the baby waking up very early in the morning. When these reasons become a daily occurrence, your child’s body naturally adapts to this early waking, making it a routine.So, …

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How Can You Help Your Baby Sleep Well During the Day?

One of the biggest myths is that when a baby is tired enough, they will fall asleep on their own. In reality, most children can’t fall asleep by themselves when tired and quickly shift from a state of tiredness to over-tiredness. Over-tiredness leads to an increase in adrenaline and cortisol in their body – in other words, the child won’t be able to fall asleep soon, or at least not without protest or a battle with mom/dad. How can you …

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How to Easily Transition Your Baby into Their Own Bed? Without Tears…

In today’s world, many parents opt for co-sleeping. Research indicates that it offers a range of benefits. Co-sleeping helps the mother recover more quickly from childbirth, stimulates lactation, helps regulate the baby’s temperature, and reduces night awakenings, thus improving the parents’ sleep. Often, even before the baby is born, the family decides how the baby’s sleep will be organized. Sometimes, parents don’t plan to share a bed with the baby, but after the first week, they swiftly change their minds. …