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Keen to know too! My girl is gg to 18 months. But still wants ppl to rock her.
I will usually have some play time or bring my son to the park after dinner to drain his energy so that he can sleep better at night on his own.
I think that is fairly difficult 😅
It took a few months.
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LO was a DL baby, didn’t take pacifier nor bottle. She only latch to sleep since born. She has a baby lullaby machine that will play when she is sleeping. When she was 10 months, I dropped her night feed, so she will sleep through the night. I gave her very small baby pillows(the size that won’t suffocate her)to smell/cuddle to sleep. She still enjoy listening to the lullaby to sleep. When she was 12 months, introduce fresh milk in straw cup in the afternoon before her nap. So she won’t be latching/nursing to nap in the afternoon. Introduce soft toys for her to cuddle and sleep. So that she will feel secure with the cuddling and smell. Started reading her books before putting her to bed too. However I will still lay down besides her till she fall asleep. Still play her lullaby, she will ask her it too.. At 15 months, totally stopped nursing her to sleep. She will drink milk from the straw cup, brush her teeth, read bedtime story and put her to sleep with her lullaby. Even midnight if she had nightmares or woke up, she will ask to play the lullaby and goes back to sleep..
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i usually shower bb in morning ard 10am. And wipe down around 7 or 8pm. but recently the weather us too hot i will shower instead of wipe down at same timing.
Once in the morning after he poops, and another before 6pm. If night time raining or windy, we would just dry clean him. Do ensure you have all the towels, clothes and lotions nearby ready to be used, with the windows closed and fan turned off.
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The latest time I showered my lo is around 8pm. As long as shower duration is kept short and not exposed to aircon room for long, it is fine.
usually around 10am to 12noon.
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I bathe mine at 5-6pm, but a lot of websites recommend bathing right before bed time as part of their bed time routine. It will help them sleep longer. As long as you keep windows closed I don't think there's any difference between day and night.
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I try to bath my baby before 6pm. If you wanna bath your baby at night, you gotta make sure you off the fan and close the windows if it’s windy. Your baby might catch a cold easily
Even till now, my baby at 6mths, i only shower my baby in the morning. But i do use wet cloth to wipes his body clean before napping/sleeping. The older gen told me not to shower him at night else he’ll catch a cold easily.
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my 3 yo girl used to wake up every night between 2am to 4am and cried. ever since i bought the platinum quilt from AmLife, she has slept well until the next morning.
try giving bb pacifier
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Try to have a soothing lullaby background music to make your LO relax, give a patpat. Try to differentiate the sleeping in day time (not in a dark environment) & night time (dark environment).
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At this stage, she's still really new to the world - something we call the 4th trimester :) Basically, just imagine being in a warm, comfy and dark environment for 9 months being fed and sleeping whenever you want to, but suddenly being brought into a bright, noisy environment with a ton of space that you never thought possible - that's why most babies can get "clingy" to their mums simply because we're the closest thing they know and are familiar with. There are many reasons like what others have shared, but you could try things like bedtime routine, dimming the lights as the day gets over, white noises and keeping stimulations (toys, light, sounds) away from her close to bedtime!
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oh no.. try baby wearing her to put her to sleep? is she having colic? if so, try applying ruyiyou!
Is her routine for milk feed normal or lesser? Are you the main caretaker or someone else? Maybe can monitor if any loud noise around her during the time that she is awake or if too glaring for her to sleep? If she has been bathed, diapers/nappy changed, and fed the milk intake per her age group, her cot not too cramped with baby items, play her some soft music or pat lightly to reassure her as you put her down. Do ensure the fabrics in her cot are washed regularly, and use suitable cot padding so baby won't be in contact with any hard or sharp edges. If she is still crying, do bring her to a gynae for further checks. All the best!
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Did you feed, bath and change her? Sometimes, it could be because she’s hot, hungry or her diapers need change. If you’ve checked and she’s still crying, possibly she’s unwell or seeking attention.if she’s unwell, please bring her to see a doctor. If it’s the latter, suggest you put her down and try to pat her to sleep. Otherwise, she’s going to ‘demand’ your constant carrying and it’s going to be tough for you.
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