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Changing your baby every time he or she wakes up isn't necessary and may keep them awake longer. Give your baby a few minutes to try and get settled without you.
Keep the lights down and gently feed your baby without waking him or her up fully.
Start the transition by wrapping your baby without their arms in the swaddle, then remove it altogether. At this age, they may be able to climb out. Though babies at this age enjoy playing, encourage relaxation time before bed.
Although your baby may be eating solid foods now, cereal in your baby's bottle won't help them sleep through the night and may cause indigestion. Never carry your baby into a brightly lit room at night, as this tells your baby's brain it's morning and time to wake up.
Keeping your child in a predictable sleep routine makes it easier to get them asleep. Consider taking a bath, reading a book, or singing lullabies.
Even as your toddler becomes more active, naps are an important part of their sleep needs. Be gentle but firm in enforcing naps and bedtimes. Avoid threats or yelling, as this will make them feel insecure and make them too excited before bedtime.
This will help them feel more secure, in control, and comforted. During this age, give your child an hour of quiet time during the day and allow them to play quietly in their bed or room if they are not sleeping.
Allow your child to come to you if they are scared in the night, but insist that they return to their own bed once they've been comforted.
Avoid drinks right before bed, make potty time part of your bedtime routine, and place a protective mattress cover under your child's sheets.
Avoid letting family or extracurricular activities interfere with giving your child enough time to sleep at night. Creating a Healthy Sleep Routine A healthy sleep routine is essential at any age. A bedtime routine eases the transition from being awake to being asleep. With calming, comforting activities, your child will feel more secure and ready for bed.
Sleep associations are strong, and with consistent use, your child will come to expect the routine, making bedtime transitions easier for everyone.
Developing a sleep routine for your child is easy: It can be as simple as putting on pajamas, brushing teeth, going to the bathroom, and reading a story, or you can involve bathtime, snuggling, songs, or even massage. Follow these tips to build the perfect bedtime routine for you and your child, adjusting activities for age as necessary:Given associations between both maternal smoking and infant irritability and later behavioral dysregulation, results have important implications for early identification and intervention with at-risk offspring.
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