• Hannah
  • CA, US
  • 2 months ago

7 month old sleep

Hi mamas! I’m wondering what your babies 7 month old sleep looked like? Did you use a form of sleep training? Did you not? What did naps look like? There’s so many ways to do it, I’m just wondering what some other mamas did! Thanks guys!
  • H
  • ENG, GB
  • 2 months ago

Both my girls have slept through from 6 weeks old. My 7month old wakes up at 7am she has a nap at 10:30 until 12 then another nap at 3pm until 4:30pm then she goes to bed at 7pm x

  • A
  • CO, US
  • 2 months ago

Precious Little Sleep book and FB group. I'm telling you - life changing! True data shows sleep training is beneficial because babies get quality sleep sooner. Don't listen to false, cherry-picked data on it harming the child.

  • S
  • OH, US
  • 2 months ago

We sleep trained and haven’t looked back! We did right around 6 months maybe closer to 7. It was super hard that first night plus it was his first night out of our room. We quickly figured out my husbands snoring was the reason he wasn’t sleeping through the night. I cannot recommend sleep training enough. It’s tough but worth it but I suppose that’s most of parenting

  • A
  • CO, US
  • 4 months ago

Read Precious Little Sleep. They also have a FB group. Despite what others may say the real data shows no harm whatsoever with sleep training, if you use the right methods at the appropriate age. Good luck mama!

  • C
  • NJ, US
  • 4 months ago

My baby. Will be weight months in a few days. I made the mistake of letting her sleep in my bed the first 5 months. The first month In The crib was good until she got her shots. Now if I put her in her crip she just stands up crying she really hates her crib I need my bed back I really could use any suggestions on how to get her to like her crib

  • C
  • NJ, US
  • 4 months ago

Ok I appreciate you using sleep patterns because I can’t stick to a routine For nothing everyday it’s something different for sure .

  • L
  • 4 months ago

May be more about some boundaries and helping her understand that just because she's not in your bed doesn't mean she's not ok. My little falls asleep in my arms and I transfer him to wherever he is sleeping for the night. This helped us a lot when we transferred him to his own room. It also helps when we change sleeping arrangements like after we return from a trip where we did allow him to co sleep with us. I pay attention to sleep cues like grumpy behavior, rubbing eyes etc. and then start into a bed time pattern (I don't say routine because honestly it's always a little different). If she won't fall asleep before you put her down you may want to try sleeping in the room with her next to her bed a few nights.

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