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Learn How To Make A Baby Go To Sleep

Updated on September 14, 2009

Learn How To Make A Baby Go To Sleep

You are probably sad that you cannot make your baby go to sleep. That is okay. You are not alone in that boat. It is said that 1 out of ever 4 new parents have trouble with putting their child to sleep. Is there a secret formula to making a baby want to slumber in a quite peacefulness state? Well, apparently so. You have come to the right place. Today you will learn the many tricks one can learn on how to make a baby go to sleep. Next thing you will notice is that your little sweet heart is asleep in your arms.

The best ways on how to make a baby go to sleep:

  • You can give your baby warm milk -- Go into the kitchen and get some milk out of the fridge. If you want you can use special baby formula instead of your everyday milk. Pour some milk into a mug. Place the mug into the microwave for about 30 to 60 seconds. Remember you are just warming the milk. You can test the strength of the milk on your wrist. If it burns is too hot. Take the mug out and locate your baby's bottle. Fill the bottle up. Serve to your child.
  • You can rock your baby back and forth -- Take your baby into you arms. Make sure you support its head on your shoulder. Once the child is in a somewhat comfortable state in your arms, start rocking back and forth. Make sure it is there isn't too much noise around. You should be able to put the child to sleep in 10 to 20 minutes.
  • You can play some music for your baby -- Go to your music collection. Locate some music that has a slow beat. Bring a stereo into your child's room. With the child ready to sleep, turn on the music and set it to a moderately low volume. Your baby should pass out within minutes.
  • You can talk to your baby in a nice soothing voice -- Place your baby into the area where it will sleep. Get a book, or make some words up, that you can recite to your child. Make sure you speak to your child in a nice low soothing voice. The sound of your voice should make your child sleep instantly.
  • You can leave the TV on -- If there is a TV in your child's room, that is a perfect start. Turn on the TV and set the volume to 15% on the spectrum. The background sound of the television should make your child drowsy. Your baby should sleep within 10 minutes.

These were many different ways on how to make a baby go to sleep. You will have to stick to one to two of my suggestions when it is time to put your baby to sleep. I am pretty sure that once you get the hang of it, you will never have a problem with making your child sleep ever again. If you notice that these tricks are not working for you, try getting help from a person that has had a child your parents. I am sure they will teach you a thing or two. If that fails, consult your doctor. They may tell you what you can do. Good luck with putting your baby to sleep.


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