Sleep changes almost as soon as we find out we’re pregnant. From the excitement, to morning sickness, heartburn, growing bodies, worries, and getting up to pee for the 100th time – it truly feels like you’re not sleeping at all.
With all of these sleep woes, it seems like it should get easier once your baby is no longer on the inside. Yet, as anyone with children knows, this is definitely not the case – once a new baby arrives sleep shifts into uncharted territory.
As new parents, we’re inundated with advice on sleep. The majority of articles on infant sleep articles focus on babies. Understanding the science behind infant sleep (it’s certainly not linear!) and normalizing the behavior (it is vastly different to adult sleep), is one very important part of the picture. Tweaks to routines, sleep environments, and advice from an Infant Sleep Educator can also help immensely.
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