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Get a baby to sleep - Double names for babies.

Get A Baby To Sleep

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Everything Get Your Baby To Sleep Book: Solve Common Problems So You Can Rest, Too (Everything: Parenting and Family)

Everything Get Your Baby To Sleep Book: Solve Common Problems So You Can Rest, Too (Everything: Parenting and Family)

Your baby seems tired-she acts cranky and fussy-but when you put her down for a nap or bedtime, why won't she sleep? Is she hungry, is it too loud or too bright, or is she sick or uncomfortable? Which of these factors really keep her from sleeping through the night? With The Everything(r) Get Your Baby to Sleep Book, you'll learn to read your baby's needs-from establishing a bedtime routine and soothing your baby to sleep to finding the right crib and getting your baby used to new surroundings. You'll learn more about:

How much sleep your baby really needs
Coordinating feedings with sleep schedules
External and internal factors that affect your baby's ability to fall asleep
Getting your baby to differentiate between night and day
Why massage and swaddling can promote sleep
Managing your baby and getting rest for yourself
Packed with practical tips and easy to follow advice, The Everything(r) Get Your Baby to Sleep Book is just the tool to help you-and baby-make it through the night!

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My baby girl

My baby girl

Two weeks ago, Kinsley was in the hospital. I had mentioned on a couple of tags that she was really sick and that I had not had much time to take any photos. On the morning of Sunday, March 7th, I had to take her to urgent care. Her oxygen was so low that they could not treat her and they took us to the emergency room instead. By that afternoon, she had been admitted to the main hospital across town. Poor baby.

She had RSV and was absolutely miserable. Her fever never went above 101, but her oxygen level stayed around 81 on room air. She was on 100% oxygen for days before her oxygen finally went into the 90s on her own.

Apparently, all kids get RSV but only about 2% of them have to be hospitalized. Leave it to one of my kids to fall under that category. Kyler has so many health problems and has been in the hospital so many times that we never actually stop to think about one of the other kids having to be hospitalized.

Kinsley was so sick but tried to stay so sweet. The first day (and night) in the hospital was pretty awful and she hated it but she adapted quickly. She was on oxygen, on an inhaled steroid, on antibiotics, on an oral steroid, plus two medications in her breathing treatments every four hours, but she still managed to say "pease" and "tank you" to all of the nurses. She was such a sweetheart. We had nurses coming into the room to meet her because they heard she was such an "awesome patient." :) I was so proud of her. What was really funny...her last night in the hospital, there were all male nurses (and techs) on the floor. We hadn't seen a male until that final night and what does my girl do? Giggles, hugs them and blows them all kisses every time they left the room.

It was a LONG week. Neither of us left the hospital or even went outside for several days.

She is doing great now and doesn't even remember it. Me? I kind of feel like I am still trying to catch up on sleep. Ha.

baby ele sleeping

baby ele sleeping

Momma and baby
Umngani had her third baby at the San Diego Safari Park on Monday morning, this is her 35 hour new baby son, he does not have a name yet.
This is my first sight of him..I first went to a looking point and a park employee was sharing about the baby., with a few visitors. I asked where the baby was.. they pointed sleeping by mommy.. so I ran up the side to this side, and this is my first view..... awwwwwww
I went back to the look out point after this shot... soon after the baby woke up. I did get a few shots..
but I wanted to share this one first.

get a baby to sleep

get a baby to sleep

How to Get Your Baby to Sleep : America's Foremost Baby and Childcare Experts Answer the Most Frequently Asked Questions

How you and your child can both get the sleep you need. Dr. Bill and Martha Sears, the doctor and nurse husband and wife team who are today widely recognized as America's leading authorities on childcare, have spent decades answering parents' questions about nurturing newborns. In this book they share their expertise on: developing a nighttime routine, creating a safe sleep environment for your child, how to dress your baby for sleep, what to look for when you're choosing a crib or infant bed, how to avoid SIDS, helping your child unwind at bedtime, the benefits of sleep-sharing, choosing bedtime music for your baby, determining how much sleep your child needs, coping with a light sleeper or an early riser, nighttime feeding-what to avoid, tips for getting your toddler to stay in bed, and much more.

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