my 6 months old baby still not sleep through the night can you giv me ideas how

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  1. profile image44
    hayateboujidposted 7 years ago

    my  6 months old baby still not sleep through the night can you giv me ideas how i can ghelp him...

    to sleep through the night thank you

  2. MickS profile image71
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Ah, the joys of parenthood, now long behind me.  Some are good sleepers, some aren't, it's the way of the world, just have to live with it until it comes right, I'm certain that you don't want to use things to zonk him out at night.  One of mine, we kept him from sleeping too much during the day, it did have measure of success.

  3. Ibizabird profile image57
    Ibizabirdposted 7 years ago

    Have you tried any of the baby sleep guides? I have read Gina Fords "Contented Little Baby" book but find it way too severe especially on newborns.  However "The Baby Whisperer" is meant to be along the same lines but in a kinder way. 

    Hope they help, I have a 2 month old and hope she's sleeping through soon too. Fingers crossed!!

  4. Sweetsusieg profile image83
    Sweetsusiegposted 7 years ago

    I have always found that feeding the baby a filling meal, rather than just a bottle, will help him/her to sleep through the night.  A bowl of baby cereal mixed some fruit is quite filling.  After the meal, giving him/her a warm bath relaxes the baby, so sleep can be found rapidly. 

    Try to keep the same bedtime every night, it is tempting when they are so darned cute at that age to keep them up later than a designated bed time.  Baby's like constancy, once a routine is established, try to maintain it.  Everyone will sleep more soundly!

    Once you have formed a nice routine, and the 'terrible' (or terrific as some like to call them) two's come in to play, you will be able to get them to bed without a whole lot of trouble, and then you can either enjoy the peace and quiet or get a little R&R.

  5. rachellrobinson profile image81
    rachellrobinsonposted 7 years ago

    With my son I did a number of things, I started out with feeding him baby cereal before bed, then I would put him in his crib and when he woke up watch the clock let him fuss for about a minute, then get up, after awhile the longer I let him fuss the more likely he was to go back to sleep, by longer I am only talking a couple minutes. You will see that your baby might just need to get comfortable, so let him fuss a little bit then check on him. Even if the crying seems heavy there is a chance he will cry himself back to sleep. After a few weeks you will see that he is getting used to sleeping through the night. Right now though he knows if he wakes up you will comfort him. So ease into this all night sleeping, my son is now three and still wakes me up some times in the middle of the night, so it will get better, but chances are you will still find yourself even ten years down the road comforting your child in the middle of the night whether it be because of a sickness or a bad dream.

  6. lichin profile image54
    lichinposted 7 years ago

    have you read a fairy tale or sing a song before your child will sleep because it relaxes the child. other than that the child also will record it in his memory until he later adult

  7. Daisyheart profile image61
    Daisyheartposted 6 years ago

    I would love to be of some help, so please allow me the opportunity to invite you to read my hub, Easy Baby Training 101.   It's my own personal experience.
    Happy reading & good luck!  smile


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