Understanding Baby
Answering Sleep Deprived Parents' Frustration





When Do Babies
Sleep Through The Night

when do babies sleep through the night 

Talk to any new parent and they will tell you that they haven’t slept for a good span of time in a while. Children that are young rarely sleep through the night and often times go through phases and patterns of waking, crying, and wanting to eat. This is also mixed with intermittent issues associated with cleaning diapers and more. It’s this complication that causes many to deal with a variety of issues and wonder when do babies sleep through the night. If you are thinking that, or you’re just too tired for words, then you’re not alone. The following should help you understand what’s going on today and keep you moving forward for tomorrow as well. Understanding the phases, will help you move forward, and eventually get some sleep for a change.

The first thing to remember is that this is not going to happen right away. In fact, many are unfortunately saddened by this truth. Bringing your baby home from the hospital is going to be anxiety inducing and will only prove to be unfortunate in the long term. You’ll find that you will gain access to something grand in the long term, but at first, you will not be able to get through the night without a child waking up. This doesn’t last more than 3 months or so. All you have to remember is that you need to withstand the first 3 months moving forward, and you will gain peace of mind.

After the initial months, you will find that a child can sleep for around six hours. In some instances they will sleep for a full eight, but you will most likely get around 5 to 6 hours of peace, assuming they aren’t sleeping during the day, and napping excessively. Every child is different, of course, but this is a good rule of thumb to remember overall.

At the 9 month mark, they will once again transition into something better, and could in fact sleep through the night and give you a little bit of a boost yet again. This option is something that is going to be a relief for new parents, and those that are trying to cope with the ups and downs of raising small children, especially at the new born and toddler stage.

It’s imperative to understand that just because a small child is not sleeping through the night, it’s ok. That’s a normal part of their development. If they are sleeping through the night and you’re enjoying full rest, than you are one of the fortunate ones. This is not always common, so if you get a full night’s sleep, than enjoy with greatness. 

There are a few things to keep in mind overall, and that’s to not let a baby cry themselves to sleep at a young age, and try to figure out patterns and options that will allow you to gain access to a little bit of rest here and there, including a nap. The phases of sleep last for the first year, and sometimes longer, as it really depends on the baby.

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The information included on this site is for your information only, and is by no means a substitute for the advice of a qualified medical practitioner. If you have a particular problem or ambiguity, see a doctor.



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