Sleep is very important for your baby's early growth and development. However, it may be difficult to get your baby to fall asleep, or he may develop good sleep habits naturally. Babies can't tell the difference between day and night. You can browse baby sleep consultant training online or Baby Sleep Magic app for baby sleep advice.
The usual sleep pattern for babies in the first 2 months of life is sleeping 16 to 20 hours randomly in a 24-hour cycle. If your baby often goes to bed at the same time every night, your baby's sleep pattern will begin to change and he will sleep longer by the time he is 8 to 12 weeks old.
Other causes are disease or some changes in development. For example, if your baby has learned a new developmental skill, such as: For example, when learning to crawl, he may want to try if possible, even during his normal sleeping hours. In addition, feeding babies after midnight can usually disrupt their sleep patterns.
With so many styles and options available for cribs today, buying the perfect crib can be a demoralizing task. You have to make sure the crib you buy meets the minimum quality standards.
A safe cot should have a firm, neatly arranged mattress, no missing or broken blades and no sharp edges at all corners. It is also recommended that parents choose a stationary crib over a crib as the crib can cause serious problems for the safety of the baby.