Baby Sleep Chart - How much sleep your baby needs? When your child will sleep through the night? How many naps normal now? Check the sleep guide age-by-age us.

Here's a rough estimate as to how many babies or children should sleep, but remember that all children are different, and some may need a little more or less than others.

2 Months Newborn Sleep Tips
  • Newborns sleep at 2 to 4 hour intervals, up to eat.
  • Babies of this age tend to stir and looked restless during sleep. Because they can not control reflex, it is common to see them twitch their hands and feet, smiling and making sucking sounds.
  • Newborn babies are born not know how to soothe themselves to sleep, so you may need to help, with tricks like using pacifiers, swaddling, rocking and feeding. Remember, there is no such thing as spoiling a newborn, so it is okay to hug a baby to help him fall asleep.

2-4 Months Sleeping Tips
  • Babies this age can sleep for six hours stretches at night, and settled into more than one set schedule a nap now.
  • To get the baby a good sleep routine, be sure to play and expose him to a lot of sunlight during the day and avoid over-stimulating when it's dark.
  • Start a bedtime routine before bed - such as bathing, eating, story time - can help the baby is ready to sleep through the night to stretch again.

4-6 Months Sleeping Tips
  • Babies of this age will begin to stop breastfeeding night, and usually ready to sleep at night now, anywhere from six to 12-hour stretches.
  • Research shows about 60 percent of babies sleep through 6 months, up to 80 percent do so with 9 months.
  • Remember, all babies wake up sometimes at night, but they were "sleeping through" have learned how to nod his own.

6-12 Months Sleep Tips
  • Some babies stopped sleeping through the night now because of separation anxiety. You know your baby around even when he can not see you, and perhaps angry when he woke up.
  • It's okay to go in and check your baby's crying, but still short visit and try (as hard as it is) not to pick him or feed him. Try to rub his back, singing lullabies soothe and ducked out after a few minutes.

1-2 Year Sleep Tips
  • Active toddlers may have difficulty relaxing and winding down at night - which causes sleeping battle. Try to keep things as quiet as possible at night, sticking calming activities such as bathing and story time.
  • Once the baby is learning to get out of bed, he might try to curl up in bed with you. This is a difficult habit-break, so if you do not want to start a co-sleeping situation, bring it back to her own room.

2-5 Year Sleep Tips
  • Toddlers and preschoolers sleep problems including delaying and refusing to sleep, get out of a big-kid bed when they wake up in the night, and develop fear the night.
  • Stick to a bedtime routine and sleep schedule, make sure your children understand the rules and be consistent about enforcing them.
  • Using a nightlight or affection can entertain children who tend to fear the dark or having nightmares.

Sleeping Years 5-12 Tips
  • PR, packed social schedule and computer and TV time tends to be pushed back to sleep.
  • Cut back on soda or other packaged beverages caffeine, as well as reducing watch TV before bed can help.
  • Children with sleep-friendly bedroom - a dark, cool and quiet, with no TV or computer - tend to sleep better than a lot of distractions.


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