This is a common way of settling for many babies.
It begins from day one when newborns fall asleep during feeding, wake and feed a bit more.
It’s a nice way to get to know your newborn, but this pattern can go on for a long long time.
Many mums love feeding to sleep in the first months after giving birth but reach a point when they feed and they just want their baby to sleep, without the need to feed to sleep.
Separating the sleep and feed tasks requires the baby to learn how to relax without suckling.
SO HOW TO DO YOU DO THAT?
Here’s how Claire solved learnt how to separate feeding and sleeping;
Hi Deb! Just letting you know we used the Nigh Nigh Sleepy Head song finally… and Luci went to sleep without me feeding her to sleep.
And when I moved her to her cot I turned it back on and she went straight back to sleep. Magic!
Thank you! Wish we had used it earlier!
IF THAT’S WHAT YOU WANT, DO WHAT CLAIRE DID….
It’s REALLY that simple!