Before you become a new parent, you receive an influx of advice and suggestions on how to care for your child. Probably one of the biggest pieces of advice you might receive unsolicited is about your baby’s sleep. Where they should sleep, how you should put your baby to sleep, do you wake them for feedings, etc.
You might also hear from those closest to you to “enjoy the sleep now because once the baby arrives, you’ll never sleep again.” It’s almost as if when you choose to become a parent, you have to sacrifice getting rest.
However, that doesn’t have to be the case for too long.
However, we know there are times when your little one might be having a hard time falling asleep. Any type of disruption to your family’s sleep schedule can be frustrating and disrupt your schedule for the day — or even the next couple of days if you are not able to support your baby back on track to their normal schedule.
Here are a few reasons why your little one might be having trouble falling asleep:
No matter what the reason your baby may be experiencing trouble falling and staying asleep, it affects your entire household. If you are looking for additional support in ensuring your baby and everyone in your house is getting proper rest, don’t hesitate to reach out to me today to schedule a free discovery call. During this call, we’ll chat about what’s going on with your child and see how I might be able to help.
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