The pediatrician you talk to at early education centers, child and family health centers, and hotlines has many strategies you can try at home. As you begin implementing this strategy, there are a few things to keep in mind:
Be patient: It takes time to get used to the new procedure. Make an appointment with a professional sleep consultant for toddlers to learn various baby sleep techniques to make your baby sleep patiently. Do your best to stick to what you and the professional decide for your baby.
Don't be surprised if your baby reverts to old habits for a while: If you stick to the new approach you've learned, you'll soon have your baby in a constant and steady routine.
Write down the suggested strategy: Reading it will remind you what to do. If things don't work out, you can double-check the right strategy.
Try to be safe when you start a new strategy: Find out who to turn to for help or emotional support. For example, most early childhood education centers provide telephone numbers for later problems. You have people who can answer your questions.
Talk to your partner if you have one and make sure you agree with the plan: If you don't agree, it could add an extra burden to your family. It also means the plan is less likely to work.