It seems getting your baby to sleep at night is a common hurdle for new Moms and Dads. At this point in the game, sleep is that fine line between sanity and insanity. When you’re not getting any, it really wears on you!
This chart gives new parents an understanding of the amount of milk their baby needs depending on their age. This should be adapted for the baby's needs, but is a guide to help parents have a basic understanding.
When a newborn comes home with the family for the first time, there is a period of adjustment for everyone. While at the hospital, there are nurses to help, you are able to rest every time they take the baby to the nursery. Now it’s just you and the baby
This sleeping and feeding routine is for babies between 9 months to 1 year. http://faithfilledparenting.com/4-baby-sleep-schedules-that-work/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Faith%20Filled%20Parenting&utm_content=4%20Baby%20Sleep%20Schedules%20That%20Work
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