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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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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 […]

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 […]

Sample Schedule for a 5-6 Month Old Baby

“What should my baby’s schedule look like?” is one of those questions for which there are a lot of right answers.  Being “on a schedule” is usually just a matter of following baby’s natural cycle; it shouldn’t feel forced or like a stand-off between parent and baby, and there are as many versions of a […]

Sample Sleep Schedule for a 6-7 Month Old

We’re often asked about “Getting Baby on a Schedule” here at LMS.  While baby’s routine is something that naturally emerges if we follow baby’s lead, it’s understandable that the rest of the family can benefit from predictable feeding and sleep times.    Below is a sample schedule for a typical 6/7 month old baby.  This […]

The Four Month Sleep Regression Explained

Registered Nurse Pam Jones has been helping new babies and parents since 2009. We collaborated with Pam on The Four Month Sleep Regression Explained, to help parents and nannies understand how to help baby sleep peacefully during and after this milestone. In order to understand what’s happening to your baby during this stage, we first […]