My Baby is a Light Sleeper

One thing I’ve heard multiple times in my career as a sleep consultant is that baby is a “light sleeper,” who wakes up at the slightest sound during naps or bedtime.

There’s definitely some truth to the idea that some babies wake up easier than others, but it has more to do with their ability to get back to sleep on their own than it does with their biology.

Today, I’ll explain why some little ones seem to be so easily woken up, and what you can do to improve their ability to sleep through the environmental noises that might be disturbing their naps.

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