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  5 Great Habits for Baby Sleeping  
Do you want to know about some options you can utilize during the day, to make sure your baby sleeps through the night? Here are 5 habits that you can try tomorrow.

1. Encourage a Busy Day

During the day stimulate your baby through normal household lights and noises. Depending on their age, you can take them to a park, have a play date or just take them to the beach to play in the sand.

2. Monitor the Naps

Naps are great for babies. It gives them an opportunity to rest, and you an opportunity to sleep or get things done around the house. Make sure the child is not sleeping for too long though, as long patches of sleep may severely disrupt their night time routine.

3. Nighttime Routine

Have a nighttime routine. Always bathe your baby. Some babies love the warm water, others are terrified. Try a lavender bath meant to relax baby and help him sleep. After bathing, cuddle with the baby, glide in your gliding chair, and sing or read to the little one. Be consistent with music you play for the baby at bedtime too.

4. Babyís Natural Sleep Clock

Some babies are night owls, while others are little dawn-roosters. If you see a natural pattern forming with the baby adjust your routine to fit around the baby.

5. Pacifiers

Pacifiers are good options, and may even prevent the risk of SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome. Pacifiers help to keep the baby sucking throughout the night, but the parent might also be constantly waking up to place the pacifier back into the babyís mouth when it falls out. If you choose a pacifier, you might be able to simply sooth the baby back to sleep by placing the pacifier back in her mouth, instead of picking her up and letting her know that she only has to cry to be held.

There are many options you have when it comes to trying to get your baby to sleep. They are all really based on your preferences and what you are comfortable with, for both you, your spouse and your baby. You may want to try different options to see what you like best, or what you think is the most effective. But it is important no matter what you choose to be consistent, and see better results.

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