As adults, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of waking up from a long, well-earned sleep. Especially if you wake up on your own and not to the sound of an alarm clock.
For some babies though, that sense of rejuvenation and satisfaction doesn’t seem to show up after a long sleep or a solid nap. Quite often, babies will wake up grouchy, even after they’ve gotten enough sleep.
If this sounds familiar, it’s possible that your baby just isn’t a morning person. (Yup. That can show up in babies as well.) But there’s another possibility too.
I’ll tell you what it is, how to tell the difference between the two, and how to remedy the situation, all in this week’s video.
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