Helping Your Baby Sleep through the Night

Whether you’re a new parent or a veteran parent, helping your baby sleep through the night will also help you sleep through the night. And a well-rested baby – and parent, for that matter – will make for a happier home and family. Unfortunately, there are a lot of factors that come into play that can disturb a baby’s sleep. But even with so many factors to keep in mind, you can still do everything you can to make sure your baby is comfortable.

Blackout Window Shades

Blackout Window ShadeUsing blackout window shades in your baby’s nursery will not only block out all outside light, like streetlamps, but it can help reduce some noise. These shades will also insulate the window, so the nursery’s temperature will stay comfortable.

And when it comes to the décor theme of your baby’s nursery, you don’t have to sacrifice style or cuteness for blackout window shades, at least not if you get them from They have a ton of cute shades with bright, vibrant colors and patterns. And because they’re designed just for children, they’re all cordless, and you don’t even have to pay extra.

Comfy Crib Sheets

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Just like you, what your baby sleeps on is important. Choose some comfy crib sheets to help your baby sleep soundly and comfortably. Choose from thermal-regulated, hypoallergenic, or eco-friendly sheets. The more comfortable, the better your baby will sleep. And just like with the window coverings, there are a ton of cute patterns and colors.

Soothing Noise Machine

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Sometimes it can be difficult for babies to sleep in complete silence. All you have to do is find a soothing noise machine and play during the night and during naptime. These are easy to find and can be inexpensive. Or you could use a noise machine app on your phone. Either one will work great.

These will get you started, but don’t be afraid to experiment with new things to get your baby to sleep better through the night. What has been successful for you and your baby?

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