Babies sleep patterns are regulated by social interaction feeding and when they are exposed to light and darkness. This is called their “biological clock”. In my experience, I have found by moving your baby’s exposure to light and darkness and changing their feeding times by 15 minutes over a few days will gradually assist your baby to regulate to the new time, and will help them to
regulate their body clocks too. It’s all about consistency and how you as their parent or care giver can manage the situation.
Don’t put pressure on yourself, remember your baby is unique, they have their very own personality and temperament. You are helping them get back into a routine that works for you and your baby. By moving your baby’s nap and feeding time backwards by 15 minutes every day, until they have moved an hour backwards over the week.
This guide that I am giving you is based on your day being from 7am-7pm.