You want to build a rhythm with habits that suit you and your baby. But sometimes things turn out a little differently and you still fall into so-called 'bad' habits. Our tip to prevent bad habits: use the 1-2-3 rule.
Good sleep is the basis for a nice rhythm for you and your baby. A baby who has slept well, drinks, cries less, and sleeps better. Moreover, sleep is essential for your baby's development: he grows and develops his brain during sleep. At the same time, sleeping is not always easy: many babies sleep little or only have short cat naps during the day. Do you want to get started with this? Then read this blog!
If your baby is overtired, you will quickly find yourself in a downward spiral. The naps are shorter, your baby has less energy to drink, he cries more and falls asleep more difficult. Do you want to know how to get out of vicious circle? Then read this blog!
Some babies fall asleep easily and sleep well. Other babies have a little more trouble with it. You often hear that white noise can help your little one sleep well. But what exactly is white noise? How can you best use white noise? And does it really help? Read it all in this article!
Sleep regression may sound like something negative, but it isn't. During a sleep regression, your child receives, as it were 'new software'. As with new software, it can take some getting used to working with it. But after a while you will see that it just gets easier.
Do you sometimes doubt which rhythm is good for your baby? One person tells you that you have to 'follow'; your baby and the other says that it is better to stick to fixed times. What is true now? And how do you get a rhythm that is not only nice for your baby, but also for you?