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Everyone is going to have an opinion on how to get your baby to go to sleep. You might want to try the advice of your parents and see if it works.

Parental Advice

Your parents raised you. You might have the same sleep pattern as your newborn. You can ask your parents if they have any tips or steps that they can give you on helping your baby fall and stay asleep. Beware that some of their tactics might be either that they just let you cry or that they never put you down.

Try It

Try to see if their advice works. Your mom might be able to give you a detailed plan of exactly what the routine was that used to work for you. Try it step by step. See if you get any results.


If you notice that your baby now sleeps an extra hour longer, that is great! After you try your momís set routine, make a few adjustments. If you are used to giving the baby feedings throughout the night, opt for a full feeding after the first waking up period, and see if that soothes the hungry baby. After feeding make sure your change the babyís diaper. It can be that something as small as a wet diaper is making your baby so irritated that she canít take it and has crying bouts in the middle of the night.

Small Measures

If you normally have the baby sleep in bed with you, try using a co-sleeper or a bassinet. These are good choices to free up your own personal bed space, but still allow the baby to be close. Co-sleepers attach at mattress level to the side of your bed. Co-sleepers can be effective has you have the ability to reach out and soothe your baby and then fall right back to sleep. A bassinet is like a small crib, usually with a canopy on top. You can place the bassinet in your room and she will only be a few steps away. You and your spouse will have the entire bed to yourselves but you will feel secure now the baby is still in your room.


Just relax; if you are consistent your baby will learn to go to sleep. Make sure you are constant and stick to a routine.

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