A Good Night's Sleep

Establishing a straightforward bedtime routine can get your child on the way to sleeping through the night, every night.

A bedtime routine leads to good sleep
All parents long for a peaceful bedtime routine: Read your child a story, kiss her goodnight, and don't see her again until morning. By understanding how children learn to sleep through the night, you can help your child sleep, as you promote her attachment to you. Newborns learn to sleep through the night by consistent nurturing and neurologic maturation. Initially, you'll respond to your newborn many times during the night. After providing food or comfort, let her drift off to ...

Help your child sleep through the night while promoting her attachment to you.


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