Sleep is a solace to us but not to our baby.”-the most common line of every parent. Hello mothers, we understand how difficult it is to convince your baby to sleep. Thus, here we are with some tips for you.

The most important thing is to make an environment where your baby can sleep peacefully. Make sure you dim the lights and sit next to them if possible.

Bedtime stories are always appreciable and they work well. Remember your grandma telling you the stories of prince and princess? Just do the same to make your child have a good sleep.

Routine is a must. Set a bedtime from your child from the beginning that he/she will follow regularly that will set them in a habit of sleeping at the right time, thus saves your time.

Do not let your child use a phone or laptop or any screen before bed. Avoid all digital screens at least an hour before going to bed. The blue light released from the screen lowers the body’s natural melatonin release.

Let them share their worries with you. This will help you two to create the best bond ever. Not only this, they find you safe and reliable to share everything, don’t miss this at any terms.

Getting up in the night to use the bathroom is a common sleep disturbance. It seems simple, but your child might just need a reminder not to drink anything after dinner (except while brushing teeth), and to use the toilet before bed. Thus, regulating the fluids will be beneficial.

Feed your child, the right diet. Consult a pediatrician, if you are unsure about your child’s nutrition. Food is the energy provider and sleep is always required to convert the raw food into the energy used by the human body. Thus, right food means right sleep.

As a parent, you need to be very patient with your child. Try to understand that the new spirit is full of energy and enthusiasm without understanding what is best for him/her. It is your responsibility to take care of their sleep schedule as well as yours. If you are much stressed about anything, that will eventually affect your kid as well. So, it is important that you are mentally healthy to take care of your child’s health. It is completely okay to sometimes take your breaks and to give some valuable time to self-care.

I hope that our blog was useful to you. Let us know in the comment section and share it with every new parent in the town. Keep following us for more knowledgeable content. Till we meet again, Happy Mumming!! 

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