I have successfully taught all five of my children to sleep through the night by six weeks old. If it sounds like I am bragging, well . . . I am.
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Unlike sleep apnea, which causes the airway to collapse and stop breathing, UARS is similar to breathing through a thin straw at night. Because the individual is struggling to get in enough air, this causes multiple arousals throughout the night, leading to broken, unrestorative sleep.
I will always want to be with you. I will still find ways to sneak away with you on on quiet afternoons, relishing whatever moments we can steal together.
Let me start with a question that seems simple but is so complicated to a mom: Why do YOU feel so guilty about resting?
A common misconception leads parents to believe they need to wait until the baby is older to instill good sleep habits, but newborns can be excellent sleepers when you start implementing these healthy sleep habits early.
I know there are a lot of factors at play here, but I truly believe that finding a sleep training method that works for both you AND your baby, creating and implementing a nap and bedtime routine, and sticking to the training method you choose can make all the difference in your baby’s sleeping success.
To inspire my fellow sleepless mommas, I polled the moms of Fort Worth Moms, and we have some ideas to keep you busy — or at least entertained — in the middle of the night.