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My baby won't fall asleep come night time, I don't know what to do....any help would be appreciated

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It is a transient habit. You may do something in the daytime,such as take some activities instead of sleep. And if you are used to stay up late at night, maybe you can change the life style, or give baby a sleeping environment.

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My wife is lacking in sleep, what to do?

I'm in the same boat as your baby huh?
Aside from the lack of sleep,is she totally fatigued?
Try taking turns with the night feedings. If she is breast feeding,try changing the baby for her,or try and wake up when it's time to feed. You could help by holding the baby up to her.
Make sure your wife is eating well and perhaps start taking a multi-vitamin if she isn't already.
Have the doctor check her iron levels as well. Low iron will make things worse. No energy,cold all the time,etc.
If at all possible try and let her nap as much as she feels she needs.
Maybe you know someone that can come over and help her while you are not home. Even a friend that can just hang out and give her a hand with the chores.
Maybe you could do the laundry/house cleaning/cooking for her once in awhile? Just don't get angry with her if your clothes aren't clean or supper isn't ready when you are.
Having a new baby is one of the hardest things to cope with. When the little one starts sleeping through the night you will notice a huge difference in mom.
My son only woke up 4 times last night,and that was the best sleep I've had in 6 months! I feel great today!
Another worry is post-natal/partum depression. She may start to want to sleep all the time and get very cranky. She could also suffer from insomnia(the inability to fall and stay asleep). She will need to see a doctor for those problems.
Just try and help out when and where you can,and above all love her and show her your support,but it sounds like you are already supportive. : )

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