When your baby starts to show any of these cues, time to get them to sleep.
10 sleep cues your baby exhibit:
- Becoming drowsy
- Decreased activity
- Slower motions
- Less vocal
- Burying his/her face into your chest
- Rubbing eyes
- Appears disinterested in surrounding
- Eyes less focused and eyelids drooping
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