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When Should Your Baby Start Sleeping In The Crib?

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Parents handle sleep habits of their babies in different ways. Some parents keep their baby in bed with them for many years; others have their baby sleep in the crib right from the start. What suits best your family will be different, but if your baby has slept in your bed or in a bassinet in your room, you may be wondering when you should move your baby to his own crib.

Description: Technically, you can let your baby start sleeping in a crib at any time as you like

Technically, you can let your baby start sleeping in a crib at any time as you like

Age to move

Technically, you can let your baby start sleeping in a crib at any time as you like. However, experts suggest a good time for your baby to start sleeping in the crib is at approximately 3 to 4 months old.

Naps first

If you are planning to move your baby to sleep to the crib, you should do slowly. Experts suggest parents let their baby get used to the crib before starting overnight. In other words, let your baby have naps in the crib before sleeping overnight. Do not worry if your baby refuses to have naps in the crib at first. Just lay your baby in the crib in a short time so he adjusts to lying there.

Description: If you are planning to move your baby to sleep to the crib, you should do slowly

If you are planning to move your baby to sleep to the crib, you should do slowly

Signs of readiness

You can also see your baby is ready to sleep in the crib in other ways. For example, maybe it's time to start moving your baby to the crib to nap and sleep overnight when he needs less attention in the short period of time. When your baby stops waking for night feeding or reduce the number of feedings, maybe it’s time to move your baby to the crib to sleep overnight. If nap schedule of your baby is quite consistent, maybe it's time for him to have naps in the crib.

Safety problems

Description: If your baby is sleeping in the bassinet, you should move him to the crib or other place at approximately 6 months old

If your baby is sleeping in the bassinet, you should move him to the crib or other place at approximately 6 months old

If your baby is sleeping in the bassinet, you should move him to the crib or other place at approximately 6 months old, or when he can sit up and start becoming hyperactive. This is for safety reasons, because bassinets are often too shallow for him who can sit up or pull on the sides. When you start taking your baby to sleep in a crib, make sure the bed is placed in the appropriate environment.

Transition when life is peaceful

Please choose the time carefully. Try not to make your little angel plagued with too many simultaneous changes. Do not try to move him to the crib when you move to a new house, he is just starting going to kindergarten or you are weaning him. A change at a time is quite a lot for him.

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