Sometimes, when your child is whiney and doesn’t know what she/he wants between 3 in the afternoon and 11 in the night, it can get quite stressful for you as a parent. This phase is called the witching hour. It is important to be prepared and set the right routine, more on how to tackle that in a bit.
Baby Sleep Schedule to Prevent Overtired Babies
One of the most important parts of your baby’s routine is to have quality sleep. If you’re a new mom and your little one isn’t sleeping well enough, you know exactly how much every minute counts. If your baby doesn’t get enough sleep, they will naturally tend to get more tired; and the cycle can continue for days. This can make managing daily chores a task for you too!
Let’s look at it this way, your baby has something new to learn every single day, but this can be very tiring too for your little one’s body. Sleep is one such routine break that your baby needs to rest and recoup. Before we understand how to deal with this, let’s understand a few other things.
Ever heard of the witching hour?
How much sleep does your baby need?
How to help your baby sleep better?