Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Johnson's Customized Sleep Profile of Ivy

I created a Customized Sleep Profile Specially developed by Johnson's based on Ivy's Sleep pattern for the past two weeks.
The result:
                                                         Overall: GOOD SLEEP! :)

 Ivy's sleep pattern is similar to other children of her age:)
 *happy*

Ivy's Sleep Pattern: 

  • TOTAL NIGHT SLEEP: I reported that Ivy typically sleeps 8 hours and o minutes at night, which is between the 25th-50th percentile for children of her age
  • TOTAL DAY TIME SLEEP: I reported that Ivy typically naps 2 hours and o minutes during the day, which is between the 25th-50th percentile for children of her age
  • LONGEST STRETCH ASLEEP AT NIGHT:  I reported that Ivy'a longest continuous sleep period is 7 hours and o minutes at night, which is between the 25th-50th percentile for children of her age
Ivy's Awake Pattern:
  • TOTAL TIME AWAKE AT NIGHT: I reported the Ivy is usually awake for 0 hours to 5 minutes during the night,  which is between the 25th-50th percentile for children of her age
  • TIME TO FALL ASLEEP: I reported that Ivy usually takes 16-30 minutes to fall asleep during the night. 24% of children her age take this long to fall asleep
  • NUMBER OF TIMES AWAKE AT NIGHT: I reported that Ivy is usually awake one time per night. 40% of children her age wake the same number of time
We're on the right track! Ivy is sleeping more at night than during the day!
Ivy usually falls asleep while being held. I do wished she can change this habit and will learn to fall asleep on her own the soonest she can.
Our usual before-bedtime-routime: warm bath/massage/bedtime lotion/bedtime stories/tummy time while playing
Crib Safety by Johnson's baby, Thanks:)
  1. A firm, tight-fitting mattress so baby cannot get trapped between the mattress and the crib
  2. No missing, loose, broken, or improperly installed screws, brackets, or other hardware on the crib or mattress support
  3. No more than 2 3/8 inches between crib slats so that a baby's body cannot fit through the slats;no missing or cracked slats
  4. No corner posts over 1/16th inch high so a baby's clothing cannot get through and lead to strangulation.
  5. No cutouts in the headboard or footboard so baby's head cannot get trapped.

Ivy does not snore

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