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Baby sleep from 0 to 6 months

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The baby sleep is essential: they sleep a lot during their first months. But when you’re a young parent, you do not always know how to do it. Here are some tips to help your child make his nights.

Baby sleep is one of the major concerns of young parents. And for good reason! Babies aged 0 to 6 months spend most of their sleeping time. Sleep is essential to their development. This is why parents ask a lot of questions, especially when it comes to their first child.


From 0 to 6 months, your baby will need a good rhythm of sleep. It is therefore important to respect baby sleep! Avoid waking him for the bottle, get him to his room and his bed so baby will feel confident and fall asleep more easily. Also try not to be systematically in the interaction when he wakes up, and distinguish the day of the night so that your toddler understands that at night, everyone is sleeping, even dad and mom!

When we talk about baby sleep, we also talk about naps. As important as the nights, they are indispensable to its balance. So do not neglect them!

Your baby gradually discovers the world that surrounds it and has not yet quite taken its marks. In Mom’s womb, he slept, ate whenever he thought fit. So to help him sleep well and get comfortable, he needs a benchmark and routine to feel safe.

To answer your questions of young parents: help him to make his nights, yes but how? Does the swaddling make it calm? Is sleeping with his baby good for him? When is he going to make his nights? What about the nap?

Find here all the tips to help your baby sleep, discover natural remedies to promote his sleep and learn to sleep well!

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