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The Amount Of Time A Baby Sleeps Each Day
NEW BORN – 16-20 hours
3 WEEKS – 16-18 hours
6 WEEKS – 15-16 hours
4 MONTHS – 13-18 hours
6 MONTHS – 14-16 hours
9 MONTHS – 13-16 hours
1 YEAR OLD – 12-15 hours
2 YEARS OLD – 13-14 hours
3 YEARS OLD – 12-13 hours
4 YEARS OLD AND ABOVE – 10-12 hours
Concerns about baby sleep
If you’re worried about your baby’s sleep, keeping note of his or her sleep for a week or so can help. This can assist you in gaining a clear understanding of what is going on.
Create a basic chart with columns for each day of the week to do this. When your infant is sleeping, divide the days into hourly blocks and colour the intervals. Keep your chart for a week or more.
When you’ve finished the chart, you’ll be able to see items like:
- The time your infant sleeps and how much sleep he or she gets
- How many times does your baby wake up during the night? How long does it take for your baby to calm after waking?
- You can also keep track of how you attempted to reintroduce your kid to the world and what worked and what didn’t.
The information in your chart can then be compared to generic information regarding baby sleep demands.
Take your chart with you if you decide you need to consult a specialist for help with your baby’s sleep.