Healthy Sleep: Sleep Schedules

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When putting together the components of Healthy Sleep, a sleep schedule plays a very large part. The hours of sleep that your little one needs is also important.  Do you know how much sleep your child needs?

The balance of a sleep schedule and amount of sleep plays along with the other components of healthy sleep:  Sleepy Cues, Sleep Environment. All of these together ensure that your little one is getting the rest that they need.

After your baby reaches 4 months of age it is important to honor their biological clock and get them on a schedule. Before that time, you want to sleep them when they are tired – and they don’t usually stay up for long periods of time.

The below video and images should give you a good idea about how much sleep your little one should be getting – lined out by their age.

The better that we can honor our little ones sleep, the better that they will sleep.

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Certified Sleep Consultant

Good Night Sleep Site Florida

Jennie@GoodNightSleepSite.com

321-209-5013

*based in Orlando, FL, but work remotely with families
By | 2018-06-06T23:52:00+00:00 November 14th, 2016|Baby Sleep, Schedule, Sleep Science, Sleep Training, Toddler Sleep|Comments Off on Healthy Sleep: Sleep Schedules

About the Author:

Jennie Clarke is a Certified Sleep Consultant in Orlando, FL with Good Night Sleep Site and mother to two boys. Jennie became certified through the Family Sleep Institute after having worked with a Good Night Sleep Site consultant for her first child. After seeing great results, Jennie decided to share her new found passion about sleep with other families to help them see the same successes that she did. Jennie can help families reach their sleep goals in Central Florida and beyond. When not helping families Jennie enjoys spending time with all three of the boys in her life.