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I have a few tips that worked for us to get our son to go to sleep in his crib without crying, although we haven't mastered the staying there all night part quite yet. We are not keen on the leaving to cry (Weisbluth - healthy sleep habits, happy child) or controlled crying (Ferber - solve your child's sleep problems) approach so I won't cover that here ...


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You have to decide how do you want your baby to go to sleep, considering your needs, your resting, your conscience and practical issues, and then you have to start doing it and stick to it. This interim period is going to be hard and you will consider returning to previous methods. Don't. Just stick to it. After a few days (though the period strongly depends ...


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Infants and toddlers crave predictability and comfort, it makes them feel safe and happy and teaches them that things are okay even if sometimes unexpected events happen or changes in the routine happen. There are so many factors that could be at play, but if you're ready to try anything to help everyone sleep better: Cut all screen time (tv, tablet, ...


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Unfortunately, sleeping anywhere - bed, sofa, floor - with the infant nearby is not recommended. From the CDC site: Have the baby share your room, not your bed. Your baby should not sleep in an adult bed, on a couch, or on a chair alone, with you, or with anyone else. From the AAP: The AAP recommends the arrangement of room-sharing without ...


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Firstly, there is a distinction that should be made. Co-sleeping is actually the practice of sleeping in the same room with the baby. Bed-sharing is when the baby sleeps in bed next to or between the parents. Insofar as any studies go, they can't seem to differentiate between sleep-related deaths or suffocation and SIDS/SUID. IMO, the hospital is full of ...



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