Sleep training is the act of helping your baby learn good sleep habits and to sleep more independently. When you are sleep training a 6-month old, there are a few specific things to consider before you start. This article will discuss 5 things you should know before you begin sleep training your 6-month old. 1. 6-Month Old Schedules One of the most important things you should do before you start sleep training is to make sure your baby's schedule is age-appropriate and a good fit. If you
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If your baby is up all night and is napping inconsistently, you might be starting to wonder if there’s any way to fix these sleep problems. Well, good news- there is! You can help your baby sleep through the night and take longer naps by sleep training (also known as sleep coaching). But what is sleep training? When (and, more importantly, HOW) should you do it? We have answers! Baby Sleep Training: What, When, How? Sleep training is the process of teaching your baby how to fall asleep
In speaking with clients, I tend to see two types of parents. One type tends to have a mindset something like "Sleep has been bad this long, what's another month or two?" and they are fine with a slower process and expect it to take awhile before their baby sleeps better. The other type is more like "I'm at the end of my rope. I can't take this anymore. Please help me TODAY!" Of course, there are parents in between, but this article is for those parents "at the end of their ropes (or tethers)"