Teach Your Baby To Sleep On Her Own
Your child needs to fall asleep where she will wake up (not in your arms, the pram or the car). If you don’t allow her to do so, she will wake disoriented and uncomfortable and won’t be able to go back to sleep on her own. The last memory for your child should be in her own bed, in her own room, with her comfort item. When she wakes up in the night for a reason other than a nappy or feed she will be in a familiar place and more able to go back to sleep on her own.
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Your child needs to fall asleep where she will wake up (not in your arms, the pram or the car).

If you don’t allow her to do so, she will wake disoriented and uncomfortable and won’t be able to go back to sleep on her own. The last memory for your child should be in her own bed, in her own room, with her comfort item. When she wakes up in the night for a reason other than a nappy or feed she will be in a familiar place and more able to go back to sleep on her own.

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