Record Sleep Times: Log the time your baby goes to sleep and wakes up.
Track Naps: Monitor daytime naps to ensure they don’t interfere with nighttime sleep.
View Trends: Gain insights into your baby’s sleep patterns and identify trends.
Establish a calming bedtime routine to signal to your baby that it’s time to sleep.
Ensure the sleep environment is comfortable, with a cool and dark room, and use white noise if necessary.
Create a feeding schedule that doesn’t interfere with nighttime sleep. Ensure your baby isn’t hungry when going to bed.
Learn to recognize your baby’s sleep cues and put them to bed when they are drowsy but not overtired.
Minimize stimulating activities before bedtime. Choose quiet and soothing interactions.
Use swaddling or a sleep bag to help your baby feel secure and sleep more soundly.
If your baby wakes at night, stay calm and soothe them back to sleep without too much stimulation.
If sleep troubles persist, consult with a Child Health Nurse or Pediatrician for guidance and support.