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Getting babies to sleep each night can be a real struggle. While there’s no magic trick for getting the job done—trust us, we wish there were too—there are healthy habits you can establish with your little one to make sleepy time a bit smother. Studies show that a consistent nighttime routine leads to better-rested babies, and factors into childhood development, day-to-day behavior, and temperament— not to mention mama's peace of mind:)
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite products to help babies sleep better:
We love this non-toxic bubble bath from Tubby Todd to wind down and relax babies of all ages at the end of the day.
Loved by mamas around the globe, this >organic sleeper from Snuggle Me Organic will let you cuddle your baby close and mimics being in the womb. We love the soft fabric and that you can bring it anywhere - making it ideal for travel!
The Vava baby night light makes getting up in the middle of the night less harsh with its soft LED light and easy controls.
Swaddling is an age-old practice revered by mothers all around the world. There’s no better way to calm your infant while promoting peaceful sleep. Solly Baby, known by many as the softest baby wearing wrap now makes a swaddle in the same cuddly fabric. It’s generously sized so it works as a blanket and nursing cover, too!
Incorporating a book into your bedtime routine is not only relaxing for both parents and babies but creates a bonding activity that you can keep up year after year.Time For Bed by Mem Fox is one of our favorites which tells the sweet story of animal bedtimes.
Unanimously recommended by sleep consultants - the Drohm Sound Machine deserves a spot in every nursery and creates the perfect white noise to lull your baby into a sweet slumber.