How Can I Keep Baby Asleep During Night Feedings?

How Can I Keep Baby Asleep During Night Feedings?

Night feedings – the not-so-glamorous but oh-so-important part of the new parent gig. You're up, baby's up, but the ultimate goal? Keeping your little night owl as close to snoozeville as possible during these feedings. 

Tips for Keeping Your Little One Sleepy

  • Dim the Lights: Keep the room ambiance calm and sleepy. Use a dim nightlight instead of bright overhead lights. Signal to your baby that it's not party time, it's sleepy time.
  • Soothing Sounds: Soft, gentle background noise or a quiet lullaby can help maintain a sleepy atmosphere. 
  • Gentle Handling: During the feeding, handle your baby in a calm, soothing manner. 
  • Comfort is Key: Ensure your baby is burped and comfortably positioned post-feeding. A gentle pat or rub on the back can work wonders in helping them settle back to sleep.

gunamuna's Sleepwear: The Nighttime Hero

gunamuna helps your little one stay comfy + snoozy so you can both get back to sleep faster. Our bamboo sleep bags and pjs are designed for ultimate comfort, helping your little stay as drowsy as possible during feedings.

And with our sleepwear featuring the WONDERZiP® and DiAPER-ZiP®, any necessary midnight outfit changes or diaper swaps become a breeze. No snaps, no buttons, no knots – just smooth & simple zips! This means less disturbance for your baby, keeping them in that cozy, half-asleep state.

Maximizing Zzz's for Everyone

The beauty of gunamuna’s sleepwear isn’t just in the uber comfy bamboo fabric; it's in the practicality. Baby stays calm and sleepy while you feed them, letting you and your baby get back to bed ASAP. With gunamuna, every zip and stitch is thought out to ensure your baby's sleep is as undisturbed as possible. 

In essence, gunamuna’s sleepwear is your secret weapon during those night feedings. It keeps your baby as sleepy as possible, even amidst the midnight munchies. So, here’s to smoother feedings, quicker returns to sleep, and maybe, just maybe, a little more shut-eye for everyone.