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I remember this phase like it was yesterday as it was one of the most challenging moments I faced after becoming a new parent. The 4-month sleep regression is not a phase it is PERMANENT. I do not like to call it a “regression” as it is more of a “progression”! For the first three months of your baby’s life, they will spend more time asleep than awake, however after four months, our babies move from the newborn phases of sleep into more adult-like sleep stages. Your baby’s brain becomes more active and they will experience more time in a lighter, non-REM sleep stage which causes them to wak...

This is by far one of the most talked about problem in babies. Cat napping… Whilst it is totally normal for young babies to wake after just one sleep cycle or less, this can become a habit in later months. Catnapping can become more of an issue beyond three to four months of age when the lack of sleep during the day causes frequent night waking’s, an overall grumpy baby, and exhausted parents. So what is a cat nap? Technically anything under 45 minutes is classed as a cat nap. From three months onwards, your baby becomes ready for some consistency with routine, longer awake windows, and le...

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