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Baby is getting squirmier at this age, and becoming more active — and that can mean changes to your sleep routine. Your baby may start breaking free of the swaddle. Other parents notice that their babies settle into a semi-regular sleeping and feeding schedule at this age.
Welcome to the 4 month sleep regression! Continue to work on building consistent sleep routines; this will help baby learn that certain events mean sleep is coming.
You may also want to work on identifying any sleep associations baby may have; that will help with sleep training. This is also a great time to sleep train your baby — work on weaning your baby away from her sleep associations, and on helping her learn to fall asleep independently. Baby also makes big strides in mobility, learning to crawl well, to pull up to standing, and possibly to take assisted steps. Finally, if baby is still waking to feed at night at this age, we usually recommend an attempt at night-weaning.
Oh, and P. Baby can also apply this to his own tasks — socks have to go on before shoes. Routines are so key at this stage; most babies love knowing what comes next, so work to continue strengthening your sleep routines.
Oh but on the flip side baby connect is worth every cent. Just saying for those curious it's an amazing app for tracking feeds diapers etc. I've been using it for almost 2 years and love it. I personally love the app She doesn't fall perfectly on the leaps, she usually a couple days ahead of the game.
But I think the description of their changes and how they will behave is usually spot on.
That's just my opinion, it probably varies from person to person since every baby is different! There is nothing in it that Google searches hadn't already informed me of. It's repetitive. You click on baby's name it tells you what might happens and what they are developing but it's generic. That's it. That's all it offers. It uses a form that replaces your child's name but it's all the same info. Nothing is specific or tailored to your child. There is no customizing. It's simple so some might like that but I was looking for and expecting a lot more for what I paid.
Oh I am glad you are getting use out of it. I used it once and deleted it off my phone once I knew there was nothing in there I found relative. But yes every baby is different it can be a good app for anyone who hasn't already researched leaps or know what leaps are.
If anyone is like me and does a lot of reading and researching they probably already know everything they show in the app. I have a feeling the book would have been a better option for me but like I said I tried it and found out the hard way. All in hindsight right.
I like it I find her new abilities start appearing right when the app says they will. I think it is fun. I agree! The app is not worth a penny! It is so broad I swear every week is a wonder week and the "signs" are feeds more often, sleeps less, clingy, and cries more Well duh! Curious did you enter birth date or due date. I did chuckle at mine because my DD was born on her due date. I wonder how much it does vary even though it's brain development they go by.
I feel so embarrassed to even say I bought it. I told my husband "oh yeah it's good it's got some info I didn't know" trying to justify my download. But just so he wouldn't criticize me for wasting my money. So embarrassing. If he knew I feel this way he would laugh and tell me I should have bought doughnuts in the simpsons lol. Google has way more info and is free!!!
Just a friendly heads up from me : Oh but on the flip side baby connect is worth every cent. Just saying for those curious it's an amazing app for tracking feeds diapers etc.
I've been using it for almost 2 years and love it. The good and the bad.
Hope that helps! Sort by: Oldest Newest 25 Posts c Uhh So what exactly is it you find worthless about the app?