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Should I Ever Dream Feed My Baby?

One of the many tricks that parents use to get their children sleeping through the night is a “dream feed.”

This simply means that at sometime during the night — usually just before the parents go to bed themselves — they put a bottle into their sleeping baby’s mouth.

The idea is that the baby instinctively starts eating, and will “fill up” just before Mom and Dad turn in for the night, resulting in a few extra hours of sleep for everyone.

Does it work? Is it a good idea? Click the video below for my answer:

If you’re looking for a much better way to get your child sleeping straight through the night, check out The Sleep Sense Program.

And if you have any questions about YOUR child’s sleep, feel free to ask away in the ‘Comments’ section below!

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Baby Not Sleeping Through The Night?

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