Baby Sleep Miracle

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Babies are often not able to sleep through the night until they have doubled their weight, which generally occurs when your baby is between four and five months old. Following is a guideline for how much sleep your baby should be getting per day (including naps):

1 to 15 days: 16 to 22 hours of sleep
3 weeks: 16 to 18 hours of sleep
6 weeks: 15 to 16 hours of sleep
4 to 6 months: 14 to 16 hours of sleep
9 months: 13 to 16 hours of sleep
1 year: 12 to 15 hours of sleep

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Developing a sleep routine can be a soothing and comforting part of your baby's nighttime ritual. As your baby grows, your baby will understand that bedtime comes after bath time and may start to settle down if comforted by the bedtime routine. Following are some tips and ideas for establishing bedtime routines:

Start the bedtime routine with a bath, followed by cuddling, a song or story, a feeding, more cuddling, and then bed.
Sing to your baby prior to placing your baby in bed.
Create a routine by doing the same things in the same order every night. Creating a pattern will help your baby recognize a pre-sleep routine.
Make sure the lights are low and dim. You want your baby to recognize that when it's dark, it's time to sleep.
Your baby should learn that once in bed, no matter how pleasant the bedtime routine has been, that it's time to sleep. Allow some time for fussing.

Establishing a bedtime routine will help your baby recognize that it is time to sleep.

Baby not sleeping well? Which of these 5 mistakes are you making?

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(1) Making the room nice and dark and quiet when you baby naps during the day.
You may think this is a good idea in hopes that the kid will sleep longer so you can catch a break. BUT, it really isn't helpful in the long run - i.e. Bedtime. When your baby takes naps during the day have plenty of daylight in the house. Let normal household and street noises exist. The less time the kid sleeps during the day could mean longer sleep at night.

(2) Letting your baby just lie around in the crib or baby carrier.
It is tempting to just let the kid lie around so you can do other things. However, once again this is not in your best interest. The kid needs to be active when awake. This could bring better sleep at night. Don't you sleep better at night when you have been out all day running around?
Find ways to introduce physical activity for the kid. Play games, take the kid out for a fun outing to see new places and things. My little niece loves to people watch.

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(3) Picking up your baby as soon as the crying starts at night.
Believe it or not, the kid might not even be really awake! I know I did this all the time with my kid. I did not know any better. I learned that if you rub the tummy, the kid just might stop crying and go back to sleep.

(4) Play games that excite the baby.
When all the family is home in the evening they want to play with the kid. That is okay as long as the activities are RELAXING for the kid!Tell Dad not to play airplane or catch the kid in the air before bedtime. If you have other kids, let them know not to excite the baby. The best thing would be to hold your baby and read. Clear out the crib i.e. get the toys out. Give the kid a favorite toy to settle down with.

(5) Have no routine for bedtime.

So, one night you do everything in your room after the bath. The next night in the living room and the next night in the kid's room or even the kitchen! This is not a good idea. Your baby needs to recognize when it is time for bed - end of the day - finito! So do your best to begin the "ritual" at the same time everyday and in the same room. Have a special nighttime song i.e. lullaby or music. Have a bedtime book to read.
Important Note: DO NOT let your baby sleep on the stomach. It was discovered that stomach sleeping could be the cause of SIDS!

I invite you to try out some of these tips.

And I invite you to visit => [] for a complimentary mini guide of more baby sleep tips. By Ceci Davis, The Virtual Grandma
Disclaimer: The information presented is informational only. Please consult with baby's doctor before using any technique in this document. The entire contents of this publication is based on research. It is for educational purposes only. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from research and experience of the author. No guarantees are given in any form by the author.

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When I first became pregnant I saw a newborn with a t-shirt that said "if I'm not sleeping, no one is." Then I began to notice that the majority of new parents were always discussing how much their baby slept. Getting my baby to sleep quickly became one of my biggest fears...and there were many. I had already gone several weeks, no maybe months, tossing and turning (sleeping with a 7 pound person inside of you is not all that comfortable.) Sleep was clearly something I was looking forward to.
So, I began to read nonstop on the subject of sleep. After much research and a bit of common sense I came up with the following 5 secrets to getting my baby to sleep.

  1. Buy black out shades. Nothing says sleep like a dark room. These don't have to be unattractive, but if you think they are, just think about how unattractive circles under your eyes can be.

  2. Use a fan. The constant sound of a fan humming can not only remind your baby of the sounds in the womb, it also blocks out other noises like the ring of a phone, the TV or a car passing by. A fan will also help circulate the air in the nursery, which minimizes indoor air pollution.

  3. Swaddle your baby. After being in the womb for 9 months, babies are used to secure tight places. Wrap your newborn up in a swaddle blanket. It will also keep them from waking themselves up with jerky motions, which are common when infants are sleeping.

  4. Feed them well before sleep time. If they get hunger pangs when they are sleeping it can easily wake them up. Once they begin to eat solids, you'll find that they sleep longer.

  5. Create a routine. If you do the same thing every time you're ready to put your baby down, they begin to know what they're supposed to do. I sang to my children in a soft soothing voice for a few minutes while rocking them. They seemed to like it and it was a plus for me since they were the only ones that liked to listen to me sing.

These 5 simple steps turned out to be unbelievably successful. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

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