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How to Put Your Baby to Sleep

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March 22, 2013
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Lots of sleep is incredibly important to a baby's cognitive and physical development. In fact, it's when they do most of their growing! Join an experienced mom as she shares the four steps of a healthy bedtime routine, as well as the importance of distinguishing between night and day, creating a nap schedule, investing in a baby monitor and having a high quality diaper.


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