According to Dr. Sears, babies who enjoy consistent bedtimes and familiar going-to-sleep rituals usually go to sleep easier and stay asleep longer. Familiar bedtime routines, such as the sequence of a warm bath, rocking, nursing, lullabies and the like, set the baby up to expect that sleep will follow. You can capitalize on patterns of association, an important principle of early infant development. A baby’s developing brain is like a computer, storing thousands of sequences that become patterns. When your baby clicks into the early part of the bedtime ritual, he or she is programmed for the whole pattern. And over time, that pattern typically ends with calmness and drifting off to sleep.
Our Sweet Slumber bedtime routine relaxes baby for a good night sleep… without any parabens, sulfates or harsh chemicals, so you can rest easy too. This quick video demonstrates how simple, intuitive and effective our bedtime routine is for the entire family: http://bit.ly/1bo1Jmm