So your baby took a nap at 4 p.m. that lasted 90 minutes. The only question on your sleep-deprived mind: How does that affect bedtime and when should it begin? We’ve got you covered with this crystal-clear chart that spells out exactly when infants should hit the hay, plus how long their sleep cycles should (in a perfect world where we have complete control over these tiny babies) be.
This Handy Sleep Chart Shows What Time Your Baby Should Go to Bed
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