My 10 months old daughter is not sleeping through whole night . What to do
My 10 months old daughter is not sleeping through whole night ,,she wakes up 2 or three times every night...is this common ...what we can do to make it better !! thanks
My daughter went through something similar but I had to narrow it down to what it could be. She began sleeping through the night at about 3 months and was good up until 8 months. I made sure she did not nap for long hours during the day, she then won't be tired when bedtime rolled around. I also made sure she wasn't waking up because she was hungry. As babies grow they require an increase in milk especially during growth spurt which your daughter may be experiencing approahing 1 year. You can make sure she is well fed, diapered and bathed accordingly. Is she sprouting a tooth? This can be discomforting for her as well. Sucking on something cold can alleviate.
I would have to say that it is very common. After 4 children, none of them kept the same sleep schdule in their infancy. One daughter slept through the night after 2 weeks. Another didn't sleep thought the night regularly until she was about 18 months.
The only advice I can offer is to try to stick to the same schedule every night and ride out the storm. Eventually they'll sleep through the night on their own.
Here is the unpopular answer--but I just put the kids in bed with me. They felt warm, loved and not scared. They outgrew it eventually and loved having their own rooms and their own beds...
See if this article on ways to get baby to sleep and stay asleep helps : www.askdrsears.com/topics/fussy-baby/31 … tay-asleep
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