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Set a good bedtime routine for your baby

Set A Bedtime Routine For Your Baby

Do you know setting a good bedtime routine can tremendously help you if you are struggling with your baby’s sleep issue?

We know it may be a bit messy sometimes but having a good sleeping routine for our little ones is really a good way to let them know what’s going to happen next.

You can try to inculcate this habit in them from the start because a regular bedtime routine starting around the same time each night encourages good sleeping patterns.

A bedtime routine of bath, storytime, and lullabies, and bed can help younger children feel ready for sleep but for older children, the routine might include a quiet chat with you about the day and then some time alone relaxing before lights out.

A good bedtime routine sets the tone and helps your child to distinguish day and night.

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We hope these tips give you the confidence you need to continue working on your child’s sleep issues. If you need more help, please feel free to book a FREE 20 mins discovery call with us to see how we can help.

Because your family deserves the rest you all need to enjoy better quality of life. We want you to feel empowered and be a happy and confident parent and seeing your child waking up smiling and well rested – that’s just priceless!

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