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HOW TO: get through sleep regression

Oh mama! You are finally feeling some normalcy and getting into the swing of things with your new little one...and then boom! Typically around four months old, many babies previously sleeping well throughout the night will all of a sudden, turn back the clock to their newborn days of waking every hour. This is often due to what is termed sleep regression. The main sign is a sudden worsening in sleep patterns around 4 months of age.

Other signs of a sleep regression include:

  • fussiness
  • multiple night wakings
  • less napping
  • changes in appetite

The good news is this is just a phase and that your baby is growing and learning new things. They’re now becoming more engaged with you and the world around them. Soon baby will be on a good day and night sleep schedule again and here are some tips to get you there!


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