What do you do when your 9 month old wakes up at night?

How can I get my 9 month old to sleep through the night?

Here’s how to get baby to sleep through the night:

  1. Establish a bedtime routine. …
  2. Teach your baby to self-soothe, which means trying your best to soothe them less. …
  3. Start weaning the night feedings. …
  4. Follow a schedule. …
  5. Keep a calming ambiance. …
  6. Stick to an appropriate bedtime. …
  7. Be patient. …
  8. Check out our sleep tips!

Why does my 9 month old still wake up at night to eat?

A Common Problem

It’s actually very common for babies this age to use nursing or nighttime bottle feedings as a sleep crutch. As you’re saying, she really needs it whether she’s hungry or not. So, more than likely it’s the habit of needing to suck to sleep and back to sleep that creates the need for the bottle.

How do I respond to baby waking at night?

Consistently! Making sure you do the same thing every time is the best way to respond to night wakings. Sometimes people say they rock her back to sleep after the first waking, feed her after the second waking, then eventually bring her into bed after the third waking.

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How many times should a 9 month old wake up at night?

How much sleep do babies need at 9 months? At 9 months, babies tend to sleep around 12 to 14 hours in a 24 hour period. This ends up being about 9 to 11 hours of nighttime sleep and 2 to 5 hours of naps.

Can I let my 9 month old cry it out?

Experts share that while various methods state you can start CIO as early as 3 to 4 months old (sometimes younger), it may be more developmentally appropriate to wait until your baby is over 4 months old. Some CIO methods go by a child’s weight as a recommendation on when to start. Others go purely by age.

How can I sleep train my 9 month old without crying?

Practical tips for finding a no tears solution

  1. Establish a regular nap schedule. …
  2. Put your baby to bed on the early side, such as 6:30 or 7 o’clock. …
  3. Make changes slowly. …
  4. Find a soothing bedtime routine and stick to it. …
  5. Develop some “key words,” as Pantley calls them, to signal to your child that it’s time for sleep.

Should I feed my baby every time he wakes up at night?

If you are fine with feeding each time baby wakes then it’s all good! Like I always say, if it works for you then it’s not a problem! But if you are waking multiple times to settle baby to sleep, it can have an effect on your rest and mental health and have an impact on baby’s much needed sleep as well.

Should I feed my baby when she wakes at night?

To do this, you should encourage baby to take full feeds after waking and after every nap. You might even need to add in one extra feed at some point during the day. Alternatively, you could make each nursing session about five minutes longer, or each bottle a couple ounces larger to get in those milk calories.

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