Biblioteca del Sueño:
Todo lo que necesitas saber.

6 a 12 meses

ETAPA DEL SUEÑO:
6 meses.
7 meses.
8 meses.
9 meses.
10 meses.
11 meses.
12 meses.

HORAS DE SUEÑO NECESARIAS:
12 A 16 HORAS DIARIAS DE SUEÑO EN TOTAL, INCLUYENDO DE 3 A 4 HORAS DE SUEÑO DIURNO Y DE 10 A 12 HORAS DE SUEÑO NOCTURNO. sE RECOMIENDAN 3 SIESTAS AL DÍA (6 a9 MESES), Y luego 2 SIESTAS AL DÍA a PARTIR de los 8-9 MESES.

During Durante esta etapa, tu bebé comienza a adoptar un patrón de siestas que se distribuye entre la mañana y las primeras y las últimas horas de la tarde, permitiéndote cierta previsibilidad para organizar tus días y tus noches. Por la noche, sus hormonas del hambre disminuyen y, probablemente, notes que está preparado para saltearse algunas tomas nocturnas y que comerá más durante el día. Quizás te sorprenda saber que tu bebé aún sigue teniendo pequeños despertares, de 4 a 6 veces por noche (¡a ti también te ocurre!). La buena noticia es que, una vez que adopte hábitos de sueño saludables, ni siquiera los notarás porque podrá volver a dormirse sin dificultad.

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Chest :
Measure around the fullest part, place the tape close under the arms and make sure the tape is flat across the back.
SIZE INCHES CM
XXXS 30-32 76-81
XXS 32-34 81-86
XS 34-36 86-91
S 36-38 91-96
M 38-40 96-101
L 40-42 101-106
XL 42-44 106-111
XXL 44-46 111-116
XXXL 46-48 116-121

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