My daughter of 4 mo old start a regressions a few nights ago and its so harddd for me! I would like to find some good methods for training any one can let me know any of those? Thanks!!
Took my son 15 months to sleep at night (8 hour stretch) and still wakes to nurse once in the early morning.
My daughter turned 5 mo today and has gotten into better habits the past few nights. We went through about 6 weeks of her refusing her crib or only sleeping 1.5-2 hours in there. She would only sleep on me or she would scream, and only upwards of 4 hours. It made my nights so difficult as I couldn't sleep deeply and would wake up if she shifted. The other night, she fell asleep on me and I left her on her blankie (she has great neck control and can easily flip to tummy, so I'm no longer worried about non-fluffy blankets) but put her in her crib. She rotated onto her side, pulled her blanket around her, and slept six hours straight. It's now been three nights of this and I'm soooo happy she's moving out of the regression.
Yes my daughter is 3 and it’s all my fault since she’s been sick I let her sleep w me. Now I totally regret it. I’m having such a hard time putting her back in her crib. 😭
I was think in g of doing that
Change it to toddler bed she might settle better? Xx
It’s probably time for sleep training. First try put the baby down for a nap the same time every day (the last nap should be done by 4pm) and keep all the meals same time every day. An hour before bed time try not to have tv on, or loud music (you can have some relaxing spa music on though) and the lights not very bright. And then choose one of the sleep training methods and go with it. We usedThe Ferber method with all 3 of our kids and by night 3 they were all sleep trained. They were happier too, it seemed like they were getting way more rest.
Works for 4 months? Where can I see the methods? Thanks!!!🥰
At what age?
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