What time should 4-month-old go to bed?

At 4 months, all naps should be ending by 5:00pm with bedtime happening about 2-2.25 hours after the last nap ends. So again, this means that bedtime should not be much later than 7:15pm. 5 months: Babies at this age should be solidly on a 3 nap schedule.

How much should a 4-month-old sleep at night?

How much should a 4-month-old sleep? At 4-months-old, your baby needs about 12 to 15 hours of sleep for every 24-hour period. Typically, 4 to 6-month-old babies will get 6-8 hours of their sleep during the night, with 1 to 2 awakenings in between to feed.

Is it OK for a 4-month-old to sleep through the night?

Infants under 6 months old can usually sleep anywhere from three to eight hours at night, depending on age and stage. And babies between 4 and 6 months old are developmentally able to sleep through the night without a feeding, but whether they do is another story.

Can a 4-month-old sleep through the night without feeding?

Our resident infant sleep expert, Dr. Natalie Barnett, says yes if your baby is 4-6 months old. “Many, though not all, babies are able to make it through the night without food at 4 months. By 6 months, almost all healthy babies are physically and neurologically able to go 12 hours without food.”

What is the wake window for a 4-month-old?

Here are the average healthy wake windows based on age: Birth to 12 weeks: 60 to 90 minutes. 3 to 4 months: 75 to 120 minutes. 5 to 7 or 8 months: 2 to 3 hours.

How many times should a 4-month-old wake up at night?

A typical 4-month-old should get between 12 and 17 hours of shut-eye a day, including nighttime sleep and three or four naps. Still, every baby’s sleep needs are different and it’s normal if your child snoozes a little more or less than that.