My 3-month-old baby will not sleep in his crib…
I allowed him to sleep with us for what I thought was going to be only a month or so…. but for the last 2 weeks I have been trying to get him to sleep alone in his crib…and, it will not work…
It is like the second he hits the sheets he wakes up… and I leave him in there for a little while but by 15-20 mins he is crying… but yet if I put him by himself in my bed he will sleep alone…
Please some help…
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How To Transit Baby To Crib
It is quite common for babies to refuse to sleep in their crib. The mattress is harder, it doesn’t smell mom, it is colder, it’s simply different… (=worse according to the baby).
Also, babies are routine lovers and changes in general can be hard for them. When the change is to be further away from mom and dad, then there is nothing positive with it from your son’s perspective. He might even be scared!
I have collected a number of tips on how to help a baby accept crib sleeping. Have you had a look at those? You’ll find the crib sleeping tips. If this doesn’t help you, get back to me!
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