The million dollar question that every new parent asks themselves! When will my baby sleep through the night?
Well as you already know every baby is different, and there is no fixed age or guaranteed timeline for when a baby will start sleeping through the night. While some babies may begin sleeping for longer stretches at around 3-4 months, others may take longer. Some babies may start sleeping through the night as early as 6 months, while others may not do so until they are a year old or even older.
Several factors can influence a baby’s sleep patterns, including their individual development, feeding habits, and sleep routines. It’s important to remember that sleep patterns can vary widely, and it’s perfectly normal for babies to wake up during the night for various reasons, such as hunger, discomfort, or the need for parental reassurance.
As a parent, you can help encourage healthy sleep habits by establishing a consistent bedtime routine, creating a soothing sleep environment, and ensuring your baby is well-fed and comfortable before bedtime. Additionally, consulting with your GP or a sleep specialist can provide you with personalised guidance and suggestions based on your baby’s unique needs. Also come alog to a class like Adventure Babies and talk it out with other parents.