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Renata Wilson

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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #60 on: November 19, 2018, 11:24:57 am »

I'm not sure you can really train babies to sleep through the night.... You can create a good environment that's conducive to sleeping though.

I agree!
I have found that just because a baby can self soothe doesn't mean that they will always put themselves back to sleep. My son falls asleep on his own for naps and for bed. Sometimes he coos for a minute and sometimes for 10-15 mins.
You could try and introduce new sleep associations whether it's a sleep sack, music, a teddy, pillow or blanket, or something that smells of you and that helps makes the new bedtime routine familiar and reassuring.
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Bernice Vytiaco

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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #61 on: March 13, 2019, 12:19:02 pm »

I have a one year old son (and Im currently pregnant) we've been trying to teach him how to sleep on his own but we are really having a hard time ( without the help of duyan or the boobies-he keeps on holding the boobies to be able to sleep) . Any suggestion?
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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #62 on: June 18, 2019, 11:36:09 pm »

Hi momshie, yung baby ko ang hirap patulugin lately, gusto lagi laro, any advice pano siya masleep train? Thanks in advance
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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #63 on: June 19, 2019, 08:58:39 pm »

maybe you can just make the atmosphere sleepy, like playing soft instrumental music, dim the light a little bit or lessen the times they sleep in the morning so when night comes its easier for them to sleep..depends on how old your kids are, but 1 year old really needs adjustments since at that age they are just actually starting to get a hold of their sleeping schedule it change as time passes..maybe  try to let him do a lot of physical activities when he's awake so his energy will be drained when night hits 😊
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DANICA LORRAINE GALVO

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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #64 on: June 27, 2019, 10:30:22 am »

Hi po. 1st time mom l here. My baby is a 2 month-old boy and hirap ako patulugin sya sa kama, kapag naihele ko na at ibababa,nagigising sya kaya bubuhatin ko na naman para ihele. Ang countemeasure namin is katabi namin yung crib/cradle niya para maiduyan sya kapag naggising sya sa gabi. Lately, naisip ko na baka masanay sya sa ganun lalo na kapag malaki na sya and gusto naman namin katabi sya pagtulog. Any advice po? May maiishare po ba kayong techniques? Thanks!
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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #65 on: June 28, 2019, 10:25:05 am »

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Jessica Jessica

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Re: Sleep Training
« Reply #66 on: August 14, 2021, 11:50:54 am »

Mga mommy nag start po ito nung July. 17months na po si baby till 1 a.m hanggang 7 a.m gising sya kahit na di patulugin sa hapon ganun pa din po. Ginawa ko na din po pag tulog niya 7a.m gigisingin ko sya ng 11:30 a.m para makakain at makaligo then tulog ulit ng 1pm hanggang 4pm tapos pinapagod ko na lahat biglang aantukin ng 8pm or 9pm tapos gigising ng 12a.m ayun na po hanggang 7a.m na po sya gising. Kahit po patulugin ko sya ng 11pm na gigising pa din sya ng 2a.m. ginawa ko na din 12a.m akala ko makakatulog na ng deretso kaso ganun pa din 3a.m gising sya.

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