Baby Tips

Multi-Tasking Mother Holds Sleeping Baby Son And Cleans In Kitchen

Sleep Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety typically starts to occur around 6-8 months of age, when your little one starts to realize that things continue to exist, even when they’re not in sight. It’s a cognitive milestone known as “object permanence” which is defined as, “the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be observed.”


Stages of Fatigue for a Baby

1. Baby is alert, energetic, and wide-eyed. They actively engaged with their surroundings and pay attention to what’s going on around them. 2. Baby gets less active and their eyes begin to get a little heavy. They become less interested in their surroundings and may want to be picked up and help. 3. Eyelids begin to get noticeably heavier and may begin…