As your baby starts to get older, you hopefully will see eating and sleeping patterns developing that make it easier for you to follow a feeding and sleeping routine.
Getting into a Baby Sleep Routine
In this video, I set forth a schedule for a breastfeeding baby that is between 4-6 months of age. This is meant to be a general schedule and of course every day will be different. The idea is to be consistently feeding your baby and allowing your baby to rest so that she is fresh for the next feed and not overtired.
With these consistent feedings and naps during the day, I found with all five of my babies that by this point they were going longer stretches at night, which definitely made my life a lot easier!
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