SleepParentingSleep issues
Have you heard the theory that how your child sleeps during the day, will affect how well they sleep at night? It's actually very true.Overtiredness, can lead to frequent night waking and early morning wake-ups. Therefore, making sure your child gets the sleep they need during the day is key! During the newborn stage, your baby might not sleep for more than 45 minutes at a time and have up to 4-5 naps a day. That's quite normal at the beginning. However, at around 3-4 months of age, we want to slowly establish a good nap routine and aim for three good naps a day, to ensure your child is getting the right amount of restorative daytime sleep.Here's what you need to know about these all-important 3 naps:
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