Catnapping in Babies aged 8 to 16 weeks

Price: AUD $8.00
I define catnapping as daytime sleeps that are 40 minutes or less. It is generally accepted that babies in this age range should have two daytime sleeps of between 80 and 120 minutes in duration and possibly another shorter nap as well. This article will explain the causes of catnapping in a baby of roughly 8 to 16 weeks and how to solve it. You will also need the correct routine for your baby’s age.
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