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Strategies On Helping Little One Sleep Through The Night

Is your little one keeping you up at night? Too much tossing and turning?

Here are tips from some awesome articles to help you out! 

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5 Sleep-Through-the-Night Strategies, Parenting

  1. Wean Baby Off The Pacifier
  2. Play White Noise
  3. Avoid Soothing Too Long
  4. Stop The Nighttime Feedings
  5. Prepare Baby’s Sibling First

My 5 Tips for Helping Your Baby Sleep Through the Night, What To Expect

Violet used to be a sleep-deprived, exhausted mom, at her wits end…

The Keys:

  • Early
  • Consistent
  • Content
  • Drowsey
  • Wait

Keep Reading Here

Baby sleep: Helping baby sleep through the night, Mayo Clinic

Develop a rhythm for you and your baby. Encourage activity during the day so baby is tired at night. Build a consistent bedtime routine. Keep the nighttime low key for everyone.

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How to get your baby to sleep through the night, Today’s Parent

Four moms, who have gone before, are here to tell you what has truly worked for them and their babies. From letting them “cry it out” to safe co-sleeping.

sleep through the night strategies

A Guide to Your Baby’s Sleep and Naps, WebMD

What are your baby’s sleep needs? How much should he be sleeping? When should she be napping? WebMD has your answers.

Resources:

www.parents.com

www.whattoexpect.com

www.mayoclinic.com

www.TodaysParent.com

www.webmd.com

 

 

 

Lori

Freelance Blogger at ImmenselySocial.com
Lori Hil is a freelance blogger and content curator with an AAS in Early Childhood Education. She now gets to combine her love of writing and teaching through the written word. You can find her all around the web, but especially enjoying the freelance life at ImmenselySocial.com

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