getting your baby to sleep through the night is possible. I PROMISE! I totally understand the frustration when you just lay your baby down and you sleepily crawl back into your warm bed and just when you are about to fall asleep you hear your baby crying. You sigh because all you want is a night uninterrupted.

Trust me we all have been there! I remember crying one night because I was so tired and no matter what I tried my baby would not stay asleep when I laid her down. She would time it perfectly! I would finally get her asleep (after hours of trying) crawl into bed, get comfy and just as I was about to fall asleep I would hear her cry Ugggg.

Now little disclaimer. My baby has usually been a fantastic sleeper since day one. But man there have been those nights that no matter what she would not stay asleep for more than an hour.

I am a tester. Meaning I try tons of different things until I find the solution and I finally found one! If you are done with those sleepless nights keep on reading because one of these tricks might just help your baby to sleep through and night!

how to get your baby to sleep though the night
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1. Make Sure You Are Giving Them A Full Feeding 

Throughout the day you might tend to not give your baby a full feeding whether you are nursing or bottle feeding. I know there have been days that I have been so busy that my babies feeding time have been cut short.

When it is bedtime you should not be cutting their feeding time short. If you do, that might be a reason they are waking up in the middle of the night because they are hungry. It took me an hour sometimes an hour and a half before my baby was fully fed and ready for bed. Even if she fell fast asleep within thirty minutes of me feeding her I would wake her up.

Sometimes she would eat really great for twenty minutes and then be wide awake and I would sit there in her rocking chair with her until she got sleepy again (which she would within fifteen minutes) I usually aimed for an hour every night.

Making sure my baby had a full feeding every night was one way that got her to sleep through the night. When you are putting your little one down try spending a little more time feeding them to make sure they are getting a full feed.

2. Burp Really Well

Now my little girl swallowed air a lot when I was nursing her. When she was a newborn until four to five months old I would have to feed her for a few seconds, take her off and burp her really really well. If I didn’t burp her well she was projectile spit up all the food she just ate!

As she got older I could feed her longer before I took her off to burp. There have been times that I thought she was burped good but she would wake up in the middle of the night because of the discomfort her bubble was causing her. Once I got her and burped her she would fall right back to sleep.

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3. Sleep Sacks

My night time dramatically changed when I get a sleep sack for my baby. When she was about 4 months old she hated being swaddled and she would break out of the blanket. Which made me not get good sleep because I would worry about the blanket getting all up in her face.

Then I found the sleep sack! I wanted one that was like a wearable blanket so that I could still have her in her pajamas and then put her sleep sack on her. I did find some that were like pajamas with long sleeves and the bottom of the foot area was sewed closed but I still didn’t want to swaddle her.

After searching I found a really warm wearable blanket that she could just wear over her pajamas! The sleep sack kept her warm, it was something I didn’t have to worry about getting in her face and it still gave her the feeling of being wrapped up!

4. White Noise 

Having white noise is amazing! especially if your baby is a light sleeper. White noise is great for two reasons. One- They mimic the sounds inside the womb so that it is comforting and soothes the baby. Two- They are great outside noise blockers. This is how amazing they are at blocking out sounds.

I once had a blender going when my baby was taking her nap and now her room was the closest to the kitchen. I went into her room and shut the door to see if I could heat the bender and I did not hear ANY sound!

Before we had a white noise maker our baby would wake up to every little sound. So that goodness for the white noise maker.

5. If They Wake Up Don’t Take Them Out Of Their Crib

Now you know your babies needs and cries the best. I knew when my baby had a bubble or she was in pain by her cry. If she had her pain cry I would pick her up to solve the pain and then I laid her back down.

Sometimes babies wake up just because they want to be held. If you take your baby out and hold them everytime they wake up they are going to start expecting that. So before picking them up to try comforting them in their crib first and if that is not working then pick them up.

6. Later Bedtimes Don’t Work

I know crazy right! You would like that the later your baby went to bed the more tired the would be. That is simply, not true. I learned that putting your baby to bed at a late time can actually overwhelm them and cause their body to release stress hormones.

I learned this method from Baby Sleep Miracle. And this method totally worked!

Sleep deprivation is a real thing and you might feel like you have tried everything! But for some reason, your baby is STILL waking up throughout the night. I want to share with you Baby Sleep Miracle and I am not telling you about this because it benefits me. But I tell you about it because these methods taught truly work.

I want to be open and honest with you. If you are ready to start having your baby sleep through the night so that you can get your life and sleep back when you purchase this program I do get a percentage of the sale. But I wanted to share the Baby Sleep Miracle because it is truly amazing! and I want to share something that I know will help you and your baby.

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Kara is a co-founder of the Dollar Mommy Club and a full-momma and who loves every minute of it. Ever since she was a little girl (around two years old actually) she has wanted a baby of her own. She even asked her mom for “a crying and pooping baby doll” for Christmas when she was just 6 years old. Certain events took place to where Kara was diagnosed with Endometriosis, and doctors told her that having her own children might be impossible. She spent years trying to figure out her health by trying everything under the sun that you can think of. It wasn’t until a few years after she was married that both she and her husband figured it out, and they were blessed with their first baby girl! When Kara isn’t managing the Dollar Mommy Club and it’s wonderful members and contributors, she enjoys spending time with family, binge-watching The Office on Netflix, and creating art.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I experienced all the headings one by one with my daughter. When i got my first daughter, i was depressed. I feel that nothing will get in the way. Fortunately my mom was by my side. She supports me about all difficulties.

    • That is awesome that you had your mom that helped you. It is really hard on you when your baby will not sleep through the night. No wonder why moms are so sleep deprived!

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