Tip # 5 – Eat-Play-Sleep-Repeat

While there should be a routine in putting your baby down for a nap, you should also implement a routine for when they wake up.

This is where you can use “Eat-Play-Sleep” (EPS). Your infant will:

Eat. They should ideally take a full feed.
Play. This could be anything from tummy time and errands to walks around your neighbourhood.
Sleep. This would be a nap or bedtime.
Once again, consistency is key. Much like with the routine for when your baby is about to go down for a nap or going to bed at night, this practice will help your child understand what’s coming next.

If you want to find out if sleep training is right for your baby, speak with Dr. Smith or Dr. Madisa today! We’re here to help.