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What's the best way to teach a month old baby the difference between day and night?


 

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    Dreamer08 2 years ago

    Yes, at nighttime, he sleeps in a dim room. He's 5 weeks now and it seems that he's starting to get what nighttime is.... At least i think he is. Tho, sometimes he would get fussy before sleeping.

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    Stephen Connellee (Opining Penguin) 2 years ago

    Good point about eye contact and talking. This is something else we used to keep to a bare minimum during the night time hours and was very helpful. We will still do this with our nine month old.

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    Dreamer08 2 years ago

    The thing is, he would tend to always fall asleep after feeding (daytime or nighttime). Sometimes, though, he would stay awake more at night when he misses a daytime nap. I still dont get his sleep pattern and it equates to sleepless nights for me.


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