Sleep is one of the most important factors in releasing growth hormones, most especially for very young babies.While your baby sleeps, her little body produces 3x more growth hormones.
The good news is there is a way to promote better sleep for your baby: through a consistent nightly bedtime routine.
Learn more about the JOHNSON´S® Baby Bedtime Routine, clinically proven to stretch your baby´s sleep by as much as 23%.
In addition to the JOHNSON´S® Baby Bedtime Routine and products, there are countless other ways you can help your baby fall asleep and even share bonding moments in the process!
Parenthood for me is like a bottle of an energy drink. It will keep you alive and wide-awake until the last drop.
Well, that’s the case I our home with our little dynamo Charles. He would wake up a little pass 6 am and would be a baby wrecking crew in our house. And we love every moment of his toddler adventure at home.
One thing that my wife and I have yet to fully understand though is the art of making our baby sleep at night time. Baby bed time is somewhat a mystery to solve. Our little one would sometime sleep in his mini bed. Other times, he prefers being swung by his mommy and/ or daddy depending on who he feels like hugging that evening. But before that, we would engage in a series of chase scenes and peek-a-boos before we can make him lie down in bed.
Just recently, we found an ally with our cellphones that plays mp3 songs. This may sound something stupid but my son loves the tune “Something Stupid” by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman (pardon the redundancy). We would play it endlessly until he fall asleep and it has worked for two weeks now every night.
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Kindly comment on this post if you have a bedtime routine to suggest that other parents can try. Thank you in advance for those who will take time to share.