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Teach your baby the difference between night and day. Change your baby’s clothes before bed, and again when he wakes up to show him when the day ends, and when a new one begins. Keep your house bright and noisy during the day, but dim and quiet at night. You should also talk to your baby as little as possible during night feeds.
You can start to establish a predictable bedtime routine from about two months. This will teach your baby to go to sleep at the same time each night, although it may take a while for him to catch on!
Let your baby be your guide to the routine that's best for him. If you read his cues, he'll tell you what he needs.
It’s best to keep your baby’s routine as consistent as possible, especially while he’s still getting used to it.
Your baby will accomplish so much in his first year. He’ll nearly triple his weight, and you'll see him achieve major developmental milestones like sitting, crawling, and maybe even walking.
As your baby gets older, he’ll need fewer daytime naps and more playtime and stimulation.
Your baby’s routine won't always run like clockwork. Although babies like consistency, you can expect changes from day to day and as your baby grows.
Hope this helps!