A Few Things To Try To Help Baby Sleep By Themselves! by Devon Vandyke - Musely
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A Few Things To Try To Help Baby Sleep By Themselves!

posted in Family & Kids > Parenting
06/02/2015
  • My son is 8 months old, he had a long stay in the Intensive Care Nursery when he was born. He has developmental delays, and because of this he is extra sensitive. He was never able to sleep by himself, which I know is the case for a lot if normal babies too, until we found a new way to comfort him in his bed.

  • This is his Fisher Price portable sleeper. It has a panel on the side that had a vibration mode (that we don't use because it's over stimulating). Inside it we have place his rounded nursing pillow, which we bought online. It's smaller and softer than a Boppy brand.
    This is his Fisher Price portable sleeper. It has a panel on the side that had a vibration mode (that we don't use because it's over stimulating). Inside it we have place his rounded nursing pillow, which we bought online. It's smaller and softer than a Boppy brand.
  • As you can see in this picture, we wrap the ends of his nursing pillow around his waist, under his arms and prop his back and neck up on the circular part. This simulates the feeling of being cradled. He has never taken a nap by himself until we figured this trick out.

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