6 Proven Baby Sleep Tips Every Parent Should Know

6 Proven Baby Sleep Tips Every Parent Should Know

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6 Proven Baby Sleep Tips Every Parent Should Know

My second baby is due in just a few weeks, and I am over-the-moon excited for almost every aspect of her arrival.

Snuggles and cuddles? Yes!

Those very first smiles? Bring ’em on!

That new baby smell? Cannot wait!

The only thing I’m decidedly not looking forward to? Sleep deprivation, of course!

Fortunately, now I have a couple of tricks up my sleeve that I learned when my son was an infant. Here are 6 baby sleep tips that worked for us the first time around (after much research and trial-and-error on my part). No doubt I’ll be using these techniques again with baby #2!

6 Baby Sleep Tips Every Parent Should Know

1. Get baby comfy.

If there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that all babies are different—and therefore have different sleep preferences.

Many infants love being swaddled nice and tight, but others can’t stand it (and still others prefer the arms-out half-swaddle). Similarly, some babies like a cooler room for sleeping, while others snooze better when it’s slightly warmer.

Play around with these factors until you determine exactly what makes your little one most comfortable.

2. Make it dark.

My son started sleeping longer in the mornings as soon as we added blackout window shades to the room. You can imagine what a glorious day it was when we discovered this simple trick and actually got to sleep in past 5:30am!

3. Add sound.

Because we adults generally sleep better when it’s quiet, it’s easy to forget that our newborns just spent nine months sleeping inside the womb—which is not exactly a silent place!

That’s why many babies sleep better when there’s some kind of white noise in the background. I’ve heard of parents using fans or even the radio turned to static, but we relied on a white noise machine that mimicked the rhythm of mama’s heartbeat.

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4. Choose beverages wisely.

Some breastfed babies don’t mind if mama needs a regular dose of caffeine to keep her going, but others simply don’t tolerate it well. Even small doses of caffeine can keep them from drifting off to dreamworld.

So if your baby isn’t sleeping well, consider how much caffeine—in the form of coffee, tea, soda, and even large quantities of dark chocolate!—you’re consuming in relation to when you nurse your infant.

5. Fill up the tummy.

Some moms swear by cluster feeding, which is when you feed your baby at extra intervals (think every hour) in the evenings to ensure that little belly is nice and full before bedtime, theoretically leading to a longer interval before the first wake-up.

Other moms—myself included—relied on what’s called dream feeding. This is when you actually wake your baby for a feeding before you yourself head to bed, except that your little one is actually just barely awake.

I’d put my son down around 8pm, then pick him up and nurse him ever-so-gently around 10 or 10:30. Believe it or not, he really was eating in his sleep! Then I’d head to bed and be ensured at least a few hours before I needed to wake and feed him again. We used this routine until he was about 4 months old.

6. Prioritize sleep.

Lots of new parents mistakenly believe that if they keep their baby awake for longer intervals during the day, it will help their infant sleep better at night.

Logical? Yes. Accurate? Nope.

As counter-intuitive as it sounds, overtired babies (or older children, for that matter) rarely fall asleep quickly and easily. Instead, they become fussy, irritable, and wired, and will often appear to be “fighting sleep.”

So even though it’s not always easy or convenient, it’s worthwhile to prioritize regular naps and bedtimes. Doing so will greatly improve your baby’s sleep, not to mention the bags under your own eyes.

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130 Comments

  1. Julie S.
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 14:08:10

    Putting baby to bed when he is actually tired works better; we’ve been wanting to put him down at a time that works for us but then end up sitting around waiting for him to settle down when he would rather play.

    Tweeted here https://twitter.com/juliecookies/status/605434960808321025

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  2. Mary Happymommy (@mami2jcn)
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 15:48:49

    I’m expecting my 4th baby in September and my tip would be to use a white noise machine.

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  3. Mary Happymommy (@mami2jcn)
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 15:50:43

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/605461428053680130

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  4. steve weber
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 15:51:19

    These are all good tips.. I would say play some light music in the background for peaceful sleeping

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  5. steve weber
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 15:51:47

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  6. Julie Wood
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 16:29:18

    Fill baby up is the best tip I can give. Starting at around 5 p.m., decrease the time between your child’s feedings. For example, if you usually feed her every three hours, do so every two hours in the evening. This kept my son full longer and he slept 5 hour stretches at 2 weeks!

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  7. Julie Wood
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 16:30:10

    Tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/605471345246269441

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  8. Lauren
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 17:00:10

    My best tip is to try swaddling.

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  9. Nicole Dziedzic
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 18:17:26

    My best baby sleep tip is winding baby down a hour or so before bed time, and make sure baby is comfy.

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  10. Nicole Dziedzic
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 18:18:28

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  11. Elena
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 19:33:20

    play some soothing music or sing a song to your baby

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  12. Elena
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 19:33:45

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  13. heather
    Jun 01, 2015 @ 21:51:28

    A great way to soothe a newborn is a nice quiet drive around the neighborhood in the car.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  14. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 06:46:45

    I sleep with a fan, so I can attest to the sound part. It definitely helps.

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  15. milenabarrett
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 06:52:32

    I wish it were that easy! We did all of those things, but the best thing for us was swaddling!

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  16. becca112971
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 07:15:50

    Great tips for new moms and moms o be. Thanks for sharing your wisdom.

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  17. loisaltermark
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 07:36:44

    Great tips! It’s been a long time since my kids were babies!

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  18. AJ @ NutriFitMama
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 08:58:42

    These are great tips. The sound machine worked so well for my younger 2 kids- it worked like a charm 🙂

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  19. Kelly D
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 10:19:01

    My tip is to use light blocking curtains to help baby sleep better.

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  20. Kelly D
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 10:20:28

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  21. Chastity Beene
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 13:09:33

    great tips, now to just get them to work:)

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  22. Lisa Nolan at Monkey Star Press
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 14:19:09

    These are great tips! I was lucky, my son slept through the night starting at age six months! I’m the insomniac in the family! LOL!

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  23. Maria @ closetohome
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 15:02:13

    I remember the challenge when I had all 3 of them!

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  24. rachel cartucci
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 15:55:39

    A good rocking chair is very helpful in soothing cranky babies. I am having my second baby in Sept. I need to buy a rocker…it’s been years since I needed one.

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  25. tamaralikecamera
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 16:39:32

    Congrats on the new baby!! So exciting. My daughter slept better than my son, so I did have to utilize special tips with him. He loved quiet dark rooms and a full belly!

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  26. babymakinmachine
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 17:06:31

    Sound was key for my son! These are such great tips or new moms!

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  27. OFG
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 17:35:33

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  28. OFG
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 17:37:53

    Do what works best for you and don’t let anyone else convince you there is a ‘right’ way to do it. It will ease your stress and that alone will help.

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  29. Heather
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 18:35:22

    My daughter had to be swaddled. My son didn’t. Every child is different.

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  30. Natalie
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 19:51:42

    My baby always falls asleep when I put her in her rocker. Also, make sure your baby is wrapped in lots of blankets so he/she does not get cold at night

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  31. Natalie
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 19:52:23

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  32. Helene Cohen Bludman
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 19:57:44

    I was so lucky. All three of my kids were good sleepers.

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  33. Liz Mays
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 20:42:45

    These tips will definitely help out! A new baby, how exciting is that?

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  34. Nicole Lutzy
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 21:04:23

    Reading this post makes me even more excited about baby 6 due in Nov. I cannot wait for that new baby smell.

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  35. Tonya Blackstone-Coleman
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 21:52:59

    We used the sound tip with our kids and it really does work. We had waves soundtracks going all night!

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  36. Jenny Temcio
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 23:55:10

    I never thought about the white noise. I will have to suggest this to some new parents I know.

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  37. jalapenomamamn
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 23:58:17

    What was the most helpful for me was rocking our babies and singing a lullaby.
    thank you

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  38. jalapenomamamn
    Jun 02, 2015 @ 23:59:17

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  39. Theresa-Capri + 3
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 09:46:08

    My best tip is do not try to keep quiet around your sleeping baby. Our babies could and can as preschoolers sleep through noise.

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  40. Stowed Stuff
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 10:57:21

    Super tips! I love when everyone in this house sleeps through the night!

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  41. lisa
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 13:55:16

    These are great tips. We always made noise because we didn’t want kids that couldn’t sleep without a silent room (cuz that never happens in our house anyway)!

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  42. HopscotchNJellybeans
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 14:33:48

    What a great giveaway! I remember those days with my youngest and getting him to sleep. LOL He just slept in my in my bed it did the job every time lol

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  43. Kristin
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 22:24:17

    A sound machine was clutch for us when my son was a baby!

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  44. Courtney
    Jun 03, 2015 @ 22:52:14

    Congrats on your new little bundle. The light blocking curtains are a lifesaver!

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  45. maryanne @ mama smiles
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 00:06:58

    I learned to prioritize sleep more and more with each child! It makes a chuge difference!

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  46. Amy Tong
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 01:29:50

    You have some great tips there. Love them. My tips is maintain a comfy temperature for your baby. my son loves a lower temp room while my girl loves it warmer. 🙂

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  47. Amy Tong
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 01:30:41

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  48. censie
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 17:41:02

    Great tips to share. We struggled iwht both of our kids but thankfully using these tips and others we now get a full nights sleep.

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  49. tcarolinep
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 22:44:22

    Swing and a bit of noise (such as white noise) help my baby a lot.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  50. tcarolinep
    Jun 04, 2015 @ 22:45:00

    -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/606651994535661568

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  51. Madeline
    Jun 06, 2015 @ 08:53:00

    We couldn’t have lived without a baby swing to help get our child to sleep. It was either that or carry her around for half an hour!
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  52. Madeline
    Jun 06, 2015 @ 08:59:17

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  53. Stephanie Phelps
    Jun 06, 2015 @ 18:42:23

    My best baby sleeping tip is to have a routine that is very calm and never try to keep things super quite get baby use to sleeping with noise!

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  54. Erika
    Jun 06, 2015 @ 21:08:07

    Definitely my favorite ways to calm is rocking. Whether it’s reading a story, singing a song, or just being quiet and cuddling, I think it soothes both of us.

    chambanachik(at)gmail(dot)com

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  55. Kristen
    Jun 07, 2015 @ 22:51:09

    Make sure the room is not overly warm.

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  56. Kristen
    Jun 07, 2015 @ 22:51:38

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  57. Jessica @ Absurd, She Wrote
    Jun 08, 2015 @ 20:13:21

    For sure the white noise machine helps our girl, as does ensuring she gets solid naps during the day. I will have to invest in a blackout curtain – hadn’t thought of that but summer is here and I think it will be useful!

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  58. Courtney
    Jun 09, 2015 @ 09:44:40

    I don’t know if this makes me a cluster feeder, but in the evenings I would add one feed that my babies didn’t request. My oldest and youngest were always good sleepers, and though my middle needed more at night I think the extra feeding gave me a nice stretch at the beginning of her night sleep.

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  59. mysweetiepiepie
    Jun 09, 2015 @ 09:59:51

    Rocking is a great way to sooth a baby into sleep.

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  60. Tina m
    Jun 09, 2015 @ 14:02:53

    a bath before bed and a Soothe & Glow Seahorse

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  61. Tina m
    Jun 09, 2015 @ 14:03:18

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  62. mummytotwoboys
    Jun 09, 2015 @ 14:34:10

    My best tip is to establish a routine early on and use blackout curtains
    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  63. Kelly
    Jun 11, 2015 @ 00:32:10

    We have little bath time, and then get lotion, and jammies and maybe a little song or look at book, no tv or electronics stimulating, just white noise in background, and nurse or bottle in her room and she gets the idea it’s bed time…and doesn’t always like it..but we are working on it :/ !!

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  65. Elle
    Jun 12, 2015 @ 11:03:04

    My best tip is to keep a routine because your baby’s internal clock will adjust and I like rocking best to soothe them.

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  66. Lisa Brown
    Jun 14, 2015 @ 13:07:19

    Rock with your baby in a rocker just before bed, the motion calms them.

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  67. Robin
    Jun 19, 2015 @ 14:29:46

    My babies slept better as newborns when they were swaddled.

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  68. Susan Smith
    Jun 20, 2015 @ 23:25:03

    Great tips, my baby would fall asleep quickly in her baby swing.

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  69. Susan Smith
    Jun 20, 2015 @ 23:26:46

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  70. erica best
    Jun 21, 2015 @ 16:12:43

    take a nap when your baby takes a nap

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  71. erica best
    Jun 21, 2015 @ 16:21:45

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  72. Linda C.
    Jun 21, 2015 @ 16:50:31

    Swaddling and leaving a fan on helps.

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  73. Linda C.
    Jun 21, 2015 @ 16:52:24

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  74. maria cantu
    Jun 22, 2015 @ 15:10:15

    My babies loved their baby swing.

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  75. Tamara
    Jun 22, 2015 @ 22:15:12

    Give your baby a little ride on top of the rumbling dryer in the laundry room. Helps them fall asleep!

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  76. Tamara
    Jun 22, 2015 @ 22:21:17

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  77. Renee
    Jun 22, 2015 @ 22:23:41

    Just before you leave the room or sneak away from the co-sleeper, repeat the same “night-night” phrase to your baby, signaling that bedtime is over and sleepytime has begun!

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  78. Amanda Sakovitz
    Jun 23, 2015 @ 10:50:41

    Singing always worked great for me.

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  79. Amanda Sakovitz
    Jun 23, 2015 @ 10:51:12

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  80. Laura Johnson
    Jun 23, 2015 @ 15:25:07

    My 4.5 year old still doesn’t sleep through the night, so don’t take my advice!!! But #2 is due in September, so I’m definitely saving all these suggestions.

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  81. Angie Dyer
    Jun 25, 2015 @ 03:17:12

    Give your baby a nightly routine. Give him a warm bath and a full tummy. Read a book to your little one or sing.

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  82. Lisa Brown
    Jun 26, 2015 @ 08:18:49

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  83. Cynthia C
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 07:53:33

    Rhythmic movement like a swing or rocking seemed to be the key for my kids. It relaxed them and got them to sleep easily.

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  84. Cynthia C
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 07:55:33

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  85. Sandy Klocinski
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 09:49:00

    Give your baby a few minutes before instantly picking him up when he awakens during the night. I was surprised a few times, even when my daughter was very little, to find she put herself back to sleep without me.

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  86. Sandy Klocinski
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 09:49:42

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  87. Gina M
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 11:34:24

    Swaddling is my favorite trick for getting babies to sleep longer.

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  88. Gina M
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 11:40:35

    tweet–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/614820584766185473

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  89. nickie
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 13:49:22

    Use a white noise machine

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  90. Debbi Wellenstein
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 13:49:48

    My best tip is to feed baby late at night-baby is more apt to sleep on a full tummy.

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  91. Stephanie V.
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 14:32:59

    drive in the car to calm them
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  92. Katherine
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 16:32:53

    I rocked and sang my babies to sleep

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  93. Katherine
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 16:35:26

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  94. thelemondaisy
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 18:18:55

    my best baby sleep tip is to swaddle and rock them to sleep.

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  95. Kathleen
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 19:34:53

    My tip would be to rock them to sleep.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  96. Theron Willis
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 19:58:55

    Rock the baby back and forth while gently humming will sooth the infant and help aid sleep.

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  97. joni
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 00:23:16

    The porch swing is very soothing way to get a baby to sleep.

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  98. joni
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 00:24:20

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  99. Thomas Murphy
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 02:44:03

    Sing and rock the baby to sleep.

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  100. Thomas Murphy
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 02:45:04

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  101. Aurelie Red
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 11:35:20

    Sing a song to my baby ♥

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  102. Aurelie Red
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 11:36:43

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  103. Brittney House
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 15:40:40

    My daughter loves her vibrating chair.

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  104. Daniel M
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 17:42:35

    we like to use a sound machine too

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  105. Crystal F
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 18:18:00

    My best tip is to tap their bottom as you hold them. Both of my girls loved it and went right to sleep just about every single time I did it. thank you!

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  106. Chi Shannon
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 19:39:34

    My best sleep tip was that there should always be sound. That way, when older kids make noise or someone closes the front door, the baby doesn’t immediately wake up 🙂

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  107. Kerry
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 21:44:31

    My best tip is to take help from family when offered!

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  108. joe gersch
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 04:51:42

    i sing softly to my baby

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  109. Lisa Voyce
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 04:51:44

    I find with my grandbaby that she prefers a certain way to lay in my arms and up against my chest. If she is comfortable, it’s much easier to sway her to sleep.

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  110. Melissa
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 10:38:24

    playing music or singing to baby! 🙂

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  111. Kimmy Ripley
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 17:45:05

    Co-sleeping worked well for my daughter and I.

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  112. Ed
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 18:18:55

    Whisper in the little one’s ear!

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  113. Stephanie Larison
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 19:28:33

    Co-sleeping was amazing for us. Our girls slept perfectly.

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  114. Stephanie Larison
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 19:30:07

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  115. Danielle Magee
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 21:08:41

    Always try to keep the same routine

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  116. melissa Resnick
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 21:53:17

    we would hold them till they went to sleep

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  117. Tabathia B
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 22:03:30

    For me it was co-sleeping with all four of my girls and it made it easier for me to breast feed and rubbing her back

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  118. Tabathia B
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 22:04:07

    tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/615700600618119168

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  119. Francine Anchondo
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 23:06:12

    I would rock them to sleep or put them in a swing.

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  120. Wanda McHenry
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 01:43:28

    A Glider Rocking Chair works great to help get baby to sleep.

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  121. Wanda McHenry
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 01:44:43

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  122. Erica B.
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 02:10:22

    Get on a sleep routine as soon as possible.

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  123. Bert Ruiz
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 02:50:49

    My tip is to use a white noise machine

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  124. Bert Ruiz
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 02:54:47

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  125. Denise L
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 15:37:23

    Start a bedtime routine early and get a sleep sheep (white noise machine).

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  126. Aimee Freeman
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 16:35:50

    This was a great post with a lot of awesome tips. For me, the swing and a full belly always did the trick. By 6 months, most babies can have a little baby cereal in their bottles or mixed with water. It really helps to keep them full through the night and they sleep much better

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  127. Candie L
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 21:50:12

    I learned to keep a routine. Thank you

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  128. Claudia Davis
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 23:17:41

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  129. Claudia Davis
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 23:20:01

    Best baby sleep tip is soothing music playing at bedtime with NO vocals especially when they are younger.

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  130. Leela
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 23:43:27

    I nurse them or rock and sing to them.

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