For parents of babies who have started to crawl, a new yet-to-be-published study finds what you may already know: expect a lot less sleep.
New research finds that learning to crawl can disrupt a baby's sleep patterns. ©Igor Stepovik/shutterstock.com
Researchers from the University of Haifa in Israel found that infants who have started crawling wake up more often at night than they did before they started crawling.
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