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It’s called a routine (and not a schedule) because while the structure must consistently remain in place, the timing of everything can and will fluctuate based on baby’s age and the day. Daily Routines will vary from child to child and day to day. Some days feedings may be 30 minutes earlier or 15 minutes later, and everything gets moved up or pushed back accordingly.
You always want to maintain track of how much baby is feeding, when baby is feeding, when they go down for their nap, and how long they are sleeping. This will help you stay on top of managing their day, keep consistent nighttime sleep, and know when it’s time to make changes to your baby’s daily routine.
By 12 weeks old, and often as early as 8 weeks old, you can easily have your baby sleeping through the night The Full Feedings Method.
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