Our three month old daughter has recently started to have trouble falling asleep. Not even falling - she has trouble starting to fall asleep!
I have learned and accepted her way of falling asleep. Rocked on my arms she would fuss/cry for several minutes, pass some gas during that, and then just close her eyes and peacefully go to sleep.
However, since a few days ago when she had yet another level-up, she started to find everything so interesting that she doesn't even start falling asleep. She curiously looks around, smiles broadly, grabs blanket or my sleeping robe, generally has fun. We do not share her positive attitute towards evening fun.
The same applies to falling asleep for the third time at night (around 4AM, she seems to want to stop sleeping at all then) and for her naps. It's very difficult to put her to her afternoon nap.
Once she enters her (previously mentioned) falling asleep state, she does go to sleep as usual, or even better. But reaching that point is the problem.
What can we do?