Try this activity to put your baby to bed.
What You Need:
What To Do:
- Before your child goes to bed, carry your infant around the room or the house and say “goodbye” to favorite toys, people, and objects. Each night repeat this, and eventually it will become a routine for your child to do by herself.
- To settle baby down and get ready for bed, gently stroke her. Place your palms down on baby’s chest. Gently press and stroke down to baby’s toes.
- Play soothing music or your child’s favorite tunes before bed to help your infant settle down for the night.
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