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Babies do sleep a lot in the first 6 weeks - anything else expends too much energy. In fact, my first didn't even bother to wake to feed most of the time, she would just feed as she slept. Remember that your baby is only tiny still, barely fresh from the womb. She is not designed to be put down and left - consider young monkeys, so attached to their mums ...


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There are as many answers to your question as there are children - even my two were entirely different. Look at the various questions we have had on the subject to get some ideas, certainly; this one, this one, etc. The sleep tag is full of good answers. In your specific case, I would look at a couple of possibilities. Has something physically changed? ...


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By six months you should not be using the stroller for sleep, at least by design. It's not a problem if the child does sleep in it, but don't focus on the length and don't use them for primary naps. Half an hour is plenty for a catnap; if you are looking for a full nap, put the child in his or her crib. By that age, most children are large enough that the ...


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A few things are going to happen if they haven't already with your infant. First off, you're going to start feeding him solid foods. That will change some of his dependence on breastfeeding to 'feel full'. It won't happen immediately, but it will change as you feed him more. It also will allow you to ease him into a schedule, if you are careful; you can ...


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I'm a healthcare provider (holistic healing, per se). I advise not to eat just before you go to bed! In fact, your last meal and your hitting sack should have at least the gap of two hours for better digestion. In a layperson's language, while the body is asleep, all the systems calm down and undergo maintenance. Allotting a work to any system during this ...



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