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Infant Sleep Schedule for a 7-9 Month Old

The Infant Sleep Schedule for a 7-9 Month Old is almost the same as the routine for a 6-7 month old. There’s one big difference – in months 7 and 8, babies typically drop that third daytime nap in the 4:00 hour. You can expect some inconsistency while the later nap disappears- sometimes it will […]

Sleep Travel Tips for Babies

Updated, July 4, 2022 – After 2 years of travel restrictions, families are ready to visit faraway relatives, re-do postponed vacations and just get out of the house! Baby’s sleep habits and routines might get thrown out the window during travel. And that’s okay because travel is hard on adults too! But if you’d like […]

10 Steps to Safe Sleep for Baby

Safe Sleep Guidelines including the American Academy of Pediatrics updated recommendations on June 21, 2022.

To Cry it Out or Not

Parents have big feelings about sleep training, especially cry-it-out and almost everyone’s opinion is correct! No, we shouldn’t leave babies alone to cry-it-out. But also yes, we’re helping babies by teaching them to independently self-soothe. And it’s important for families to be rested and healthy. So we asked the team at The Baby Sleep Site® […]

Baby Sleep Schedule for a 10-11 Month Old

Many parents are looking for a routine to help their baby have a consistent daytime routine and eventually sleep through the night. Baby Sleep Schedule for a 10-11 Month Old provides a sample to get started. Baby Sleep Schedule for a 10-11 Month Old This is the latest in our social sleep consult series and […]