When do babies sleep through the night?

Every baby’s sleeping pattern is different, but whatever schedule your newborn follows, we’ve tips to help them to develop good sleeping habits. Your baby will need night feeds, on demand, for the first three months and will probably continue to need at least one night time feed until they are six months old. Some babies require regular night feeds up until their first birthday. Babies love being breastfed to sleep and it can be the perfect opportunity for you to bond in your first few months together.

In baby terms, ‘sleeping through’ is 8 hours of continuous sleep and can happen between 4 and 12 months.

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