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When can I expect my baby to sleep through the night?
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Dr. Julia Sundel
Pediatrics
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In brief: 3-6 months
By age 3 months babies have start a more regular sleep/wake pattern and have dropped most of their night feedings.
Somewhere between 3-6 months, most babies can sleep through the night for 5-6 hours.

In brief: 3-6 months
By age 3 months babies have start a more regular sleep/wake pattern and have dropped most of their night feedings.
Somewhere between 3-6 months, most babies can sleep through the night for 5-6 hours.
Dr. Julia Sundel
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In brief: 4-6 months
All babies should sleep at least 8 hours without eating by 6 months of age.
Some can do it at 4 months, some earlier, but at 6 months I would stop feeding them at night and they will learn to not wake up for food since their bodies can go 8 hours.

In brief: 4-6 months
All babies should sleep at least 8 hours without eating by 6 months of age.
Some can do it at 4 months, some earlier, but at 6 months I would stop feeding them at night and they will learn to not wake up for food since their bodies can go 8 hours.
Dr. Nicholas D'Avanzo
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