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Put Baby To Sleep

Put Baby To Sleep Difficult Births or Illness Babies who have had difficult or long births are sometimes poor sleepers too. Such babies often seem more irritable from the beginning, crying more and spending less time asleep than their contemporaries. They also go on to sleep less well than other children when they are older. […] Read more

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How To Get Baby To Sleep On Own

How To Get Baby To Sleep On Own Children with a Disability Many children who have a disability also have problems sleeping. But there’s no simple reason. A few children with a disability fit into no recognizable sleep pattern. For example, severely braindamaged children may not have sleep cycles and children who have less severe […] Read more

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Rocking Baby To Sleep

Rocking Baby To Sleep First-born Babies Contrary to popular belief, first-born babies are no more likely to wake at night than subsequent babies. Any perceived difference may be just that – a perception. Many parents are more tolerant and at ease with the disruption that a baby brings second time around, and this colours their […] Read more

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Baby Won T Go To Sleep

Baby Won T Go To Sleep Self-fulfilling Prophecies Is your baby difficult? Does he cry at the slightest thing? Do you find him really hard work? Then take care. Psychologists have discovered that parents who think of their baby as difficult or unsettled, often become less tuned in to his needs and less willing to […] Read more

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Baby Song To Sleep

Baby Song To Sleep You may not have started the cycle but your solution may continue it. Once established, sleep problems and tense, anxious relationships feed off one another. And it’s a cycle that can spiral through the generations. This explains why parents who had sleep problems as children sometimes have children with sleep problems. […] Read more