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Sleep Recommendations

Let's kick things off by acknowledging that there's a wealth of information on baby sleep available online. I'm here to help you navigate this vast sea of knowledge without adding to the overwhelm that parenting can sometimes bring. Amidst the numerous online charts, each with its own take on sleep averages, here's how you can make sense of it all:

1. Know Your Baby.

The first golden rule – understanding your baby is paramount. These sleep recommendations are just averages, and your little one might dance to their own sleep tune. Think of them as gentle signposts, not rigid rules.

2. My Top Pick.

One source I particularly trust is from the National Sleep Foundation. But, to give you more options and insights, I've also crafted a resource that includes tips on naps and wakeful windows. You can check out both right here.

Sleep Recommendations by age
National Sleep Foundation Sleep Recommendations

Sleep Averages by age group
LullaBy Veronica Sleep Averages

3. Start with a Sleep Log.

Ready to dive in? Begin by keeping a sleep and mood log for a few days. Write down when your baby sleeps at nighttime and woke up in the morning sun. Did they get a little fussy during the day? Did those tiny eyes look tired? How did their mood shape up come bedtime?

4. Find the Sleep Sweet Spot.

Once you've grasped your baby's unique sleep needs, you're off to an awesome start! Your next adventure is crafting a schedule tailored to their age that not only suits them but also gives you a bit of a breather.

Remember, this journey is about understanding, flexibility, and celebrating the uniqueness of your little one. Together, we'll make sense of the sleep puzzle and help you and your baby get the rest you both deserve. 🌙💤😊


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