Make feeding a first or second step in your routine, so Baby doesn't rely on it to fall asleep.
If you use a white-noise machine, keep the volume low to protect Baby's hearing.
When the sniffles or a trip interfere, get back on track when you can.
Baby sleep whisperer Ingrid Prueher meets Eric and Laura, whose baby will only go to sleep when her mother rocks her, and sleeps in a portable rocker. Ingrid shows them how to break bad bedtime habits and get the baby to sleep through the night.
Originally published in the May 2015 issue of American Baby magazine.