Before becoming a parent, you never imagined walking around the neighbourhood or walking around the block to put your baby to sleep… well, parents say: it works and we have all done it (or almost).
So why deprive yourself of this means to help your infant fall asleep while enjoying an activity outdoors.
Why do babies sleep better outdoors than in their own beds?
After being cradled naturally in mum's womb for 9 months, a newborn will appreciate the walk and it will help them fall asleep.
On outings, especially in baby carriers, baby rediscovers this rhythm and natural sway that each in-utero walk gave them.
To this, you can add the natural stimulation provided by outdoor outings: natural light, noises, smells... everything is an excuse to gently stimulate baby and provide them with a "good" fatigue.
And that's how baby falls asleep during a simple walk.
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