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Your Baby's Sleep

Sleep And Newborns

Newborns don't yet have a sense of day and night. They sleep around the clock, and because their tiny stomachs don't hold hold enough breast milk or formula to keep them satisfied for long, they wake often to eat — no matter what time of day or ni...

Baby Sleep Training: The Basics

Sleep training is the process of helping a baby learn to get to sleep and stay asleep through the night. Some babies seem to develop a regular sleep routine quickly and easily. But many others have trouble settling down to sleep — or getting back ...

Sleep Position: Why Back Is Best

Putting your baby to sleep on his back decreases his chance of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), which is responsible for more infant deaths in the United States than any other cause during the first year of life (beyond the newborn period). Th...

Help Your Baby Sleep Through The Night

Your heart may swell with love when you watch your baby sleeping. She looks so sweet and innocent. Your heart may race, though, when you can’t get her to stay asleep all night or at times when you really want her to. You can ease your stress and b...

Baby Sleep Basics

Baby Sleep Basics

Getting Your Baby To Sleep

"Is your baby sleeping through the night yet?" It's an innocent enough question — unless you happen to have a baby who wakes up every time you pick up the TV remote control or settle into bed yourself. If that's the case, take heart. Those sleeple...

Helping Baby Sleep Through The Night

If you haven't had a good night's sleep since your baby was born, you're not alone. Sleepless nights are a rite of passage for most new parents — but don't despair. You can help your baby sleep all night. Honestly! Newborns sleep 16 or more hou...

Changing Your Baby’S Sleep Pattern

The first step to an uninterrupted night’s sleep is to help your baby learn to fall asleep independently at bedtime. This means creating a new sleep pattern. The key is to change habits associated with going to sleep, and to allow your baby to dev...

10 Reasons To Sleep Next To Your Child At Night

Ten Reasons to Sleep Next to Your Child at Night. Family co-sleeping takes full advantage of the ease of breastfeeding, as there is no need to go to another room to get one's child. A breastfeeding mother in a "family bed" can easily feed her ...

26 Baby Sleep Solutions

A Is for Avoiding Eye Contact To help you and your little one earn the much-needed shut-eye that you both so deserve, here are some of our favorite sleep tips, tricks and facts. The last thing you want to do right before bed is excite your ...

Four Myths About Babies And Sleep

It's a rite of passage that every parent anticipates: Your new baby is finally sleeping through the night. You're not the only one harboring this dream. Sympathetic friends, family, neighbors, and even your pediatrician are lining up to share time...

Baby Sleep Positions (1-10)

[ click the image to enlarge ] Co-sleeping with your baby can be one of the greatest joys or torments of parenting. It's not for everyone, but for those who have... Which of these have you experienced? If you've co-slept with your baby in bed for ...

Co-Sleeping: Yes, No, Sometimes?

Our first three babies were easy sleepers. We felt no need or desire to have them share our bed. Besides, I was a new member of the medical profession whose party line was that sleeping with babies was weird and even dangerous. Then along came our...

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Parenting - Infant care | 0-18y

Your Baby's Sleep

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Getting your baby to consistently sleep through the night is every parent's goal. Here you'll find tips to get your baby to sleep more...