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Why Your Baby Is Waking Up Again And Again

One year ago   |   By 24/7 Mom

Newborn sleep is notoriously hard on moms, who need to be up every three hours for a feed. Most babies are capable of sleeping “through the night” - which means a five hour stretch - between three to six months, or when they've reached 12-13 pounds. Parents tend to be ecstatic if/when they get there. But as with most things baby, once you've conquered one thing, a new challenge arises. And a big challenge for parents is a baby sleep regression.
Baby sleep regression is when a baby begins waking during the night, and/or taking abbreviated naps , for no obvious reason. The Baby Sleep Site...
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