The situation has been well known for a long time. When it’s time to put the baby to sleep, taking them for a drive in their car seat has been the technique used by many parents, who can see quick results because of the movement of the vehicle and the noise of the engine. Continue reading “Is it bad to let baby sleep in car seat?” »
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The baby can start sleeping on his own in his room when he starts sleeping through the night or wakes up to feed at most twice a night. This occurs around the 4th or 6th month when breastfeeding is consolidated and the baby begins to create his own rhythm. Continue reading “When can a baby sleep in their own room?” »
One of the greatest worries of parents during the first months of a baby’s life is sudden infant death syndrome, in other words, the death of the baby while sleeping suddenly and without apparent cause. This problem has greatly decreased in recent years because certain measures have been discovered that prevent this syndrome, such as sleeping with the baby on his back and not upside down, as was done before he could turn on his own; do not wrap him; use a firm mattress and if possible an anti-suffocating and breathable mattress; do not cover the baby with blankets or sheets, nor place soft toys or pillows. Continue reading “When can a baby sleep with a cushion?” »
A good night’s sleep is essential for children’s well-being. And, as with almost everything, good habits are created early. We explain why and give you the table with the number of hours of sleep advisable for each age group. The number of hours a baby needs to sleep varies according to age and growth. When he is a newborn, he usually sleeps around 16 to 20 hours a day, while when he is one year old, he already sleeps around 10 hours a night and takes two naps during the day, of 1 to 2 hours each.Continue reading “How many hours should a child sleep per day?” »
When it comes to creating the perfect environment for your baby to drift off to sleep, it can feel like a challenging task! Baby sleeping bags are wearable blankets that keep your baby at a comfortable temperature during the night. You will not need a duvet or blanket, and your baby’s head will remain uncovered. Continue reading “Why should I use a baby sleeping bag?” »
The sleeping bag is an essential item in the baby’s wardrobe, so much so that in the French and other European countries’ wardrobes it appears at the top of the list. This is because it will contribute to the child’s sleep, making it comfortable to rest and safe in the cot. And precisely because it is such an important product that will be part of the daily routine of the little ones, it is important to pay attention when choosing the infant sleeping bag. Continue reading “How to choose a sleeping bag for your baby?” »
The birth is over and now all that’s left is to bring your little one home. But ‘sleeping like a baby’ will be a phrase applied more to baby than to you as your sleep will be on the rampage.
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For children sleeping early is essential for growth (due to the elimination of the growth hormone, GH occurs in precisely this first sleep cycle at night) and for their healthy development. Sleeping the number of hours necessary for each age is what keeps the human being physically and emotionally healthy (considering that the first and second part of the night perform different functions for our body and losing any of them can lead to various problems for our health and quality of life). Continue reading “What is the best time for babies and children to sleep at night?” »
Usually, on the subject of child sleep, there is a common doubt: the fear or strangeness of letting the baby sleep totally in the dark. Mums report that they prefer to leave a lamp on, a light in the hallway, a light in the bathroom, in short, something that comforts the baby so that he doesn’t feel alone or afraid (without knowing that most of his cries have nothing to do with it). Continue reading “Why should babies and children sleep in the dark?” »
Most of us likely want to repress the memories of sleepless nights, puffy eyes and general zombie-like monotonous rhythm of feed, burp, sleep with our babies. While “sleep when your baby sleeps” is promising advice for new parents, that often means becoming nocturnal, as newborn sleep patterns are reverse cycled. Continue reading “Why do babies get their days and nights mixed up?” »
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