For a parent with an infant, sleep is one of the most talked about, most frustrating, and possibly most elusive topics in our parent support groups. It makes sense. Babies aren't designed to sleep with any regularity for the first few months at least, but it is a biological necessity most adults have mastered. Yet many parents come home from the hospital already sleep deprived. They may have had a long labor, a middle of the night delivery, or even a stream of visitors eager to meet the baby that, in turn, prevents the parents from getting the much needed rest and recovery time. So what can a new parent do?
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