Knowing This Will Instantly Improve Your Baby’s Sleep (and yours)

Newborns display several behaviors that can often be confusing for new parents, and lead to less than ideal sleep as a result. Often we see our babies doing certain things, and that can lead us to thinking they’re awake when they aren’t.

Then there are times when we put all of this pressure on ourselves to get them to sleep, when really it’s an uphill battle and one that’s impossible to win. The end result being excess stress and anxiety – which is the last thing any new parent needs.

In this video you’ll learn 4 newborn sleep behaviours and how to manage them when you see them so you avoid unnecessary waking, experience better naps, and hopefully also feel a little more relaxed when it comes to your baby’s sleep.

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00:00 – 02:01 : A Sleeping Newborn Looks And Sounds Like This!
02:02 – 04:21 : Nap Timing
04:22 – 05:33 : The Truth About Newborn Bedtime
05:34 – 08:14 : The Sleep Environment Matters

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