For successful night’s sleep and daytime naps you have to minimise cortisol levels. Raised cortisol is attributed to over-tiredness which can lead to difficulties falling asleep, short naps (< than 1 hour) and early morning wake ups. Find my guide here:
The one mistake people make is that they often make this transition too soon.
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This downloadable guide will help plan out your day and prevent feeds from being too close to sleep (which can lead to a sleep association and can make sleep much trickier)
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Usually, babies become belly sleepers soon after they realise they have the ability to roll. And once they move to their belly, they realise they like to sleep that way a LOT. However, sometimes, they either have trouble getting to their belly when in their crib, or they roll to their back and forget how to roll back to their belly.
Having one nighttime feed is pretty typical for babies between 3-6 months old, but once baby is old enough and/or heavy enough, dropping the last nighttime feed is the next step.
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