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How to train baby to sleep on bed?

Archana SureshKumar
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Updated on Apr 02, 2016

My daughter is 3 months old. Initially she used to sleep on bed, but later we put her in cloth cradle ie thottil or jhoola. Now if i put her on bed she immediatley wakes up. How do i train her to sleep on bed as well. Any suggestions pls.

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Archana SureshKumar

| Apr 02, 2016

Sure will try. Thank u so much:)

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Tejal Singh

| Apr 02, 2016

Yes archana try that. I will also add my son also do same till date so after he wake up I walk with him and then he sleeps. Hope any of this scenario helps u.

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Archana SureshKumar

| Apr 02, 2016

@Tejal : just saw ur new comment. My baby sleeps immediately after i feed her and sleeps well on lap. But nly wen i shift to bed she wakes up. In case of jhula too she wakes up, but wen i keep swinging she gets back to sleep. Will try to slowly shift from jhula once she sleeps well.. for sure itz gonna take few days.

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Archana SureshKumar

| Apr 02, 2016

Hey np:)

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Tejal Singh

| Apr 02, 2016

Yes archana I amended, sorry for misunderstanding it. Hope you read my amendment.

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Archana SureshKumar

| Apr 02, 2016

Hi Tejal i think u got my problem wrong :) She now sleeps only in jhoola and not on bed.

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Tejal Singh

| Apr 02, 2016

Will agree with @Neha but u also need to check whether your child is comfortable in that or not. Still you can also try to feed baby and give a walk to make baby sleep. Other thing is bit harsh like don't put in jhula make baby sleep on bed, may get up frequently but some time will adjust. When I shifted my son from my bed to his cot for some night I really had sleepless night buy slowly he got adjusted n now he sleep in his bed. Secondly like neha said in other way when he is half asleep after feed or walk put him in bed. Hope this help.

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Archana SureshKumar

| Apr 02, 2016

Thank u Neha.. will try that.

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Neha Bishnoi

| Apr 02, 2016

Hi. Pls try to swing her while she gets to sleep and then with the swinging movement switch her to bed and slowly reduce the timing. It ll take 2 to 3 days but will help.

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