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When raising a newborn, sleep is of the utmost importance for both the baby’s and parents’ well-being. Sleeping through the night can certainly prove to be difficult within the first six months, but with the proper conditions, a good night’s sleep will become much easier to attain. There are many factors that could contribute to a baby’s sleeping conditions: room temperature, how cluttered the room may be, lighting, and even the crib location relative to any vents. In the accompanying infographic, we’ve provided statistics on the amount of sleep needed for babies ranging from newborn up to 2 years old. We’ve also listed several tips to help any parents make sure that their nursery is the prime location for their baby to catch some Zs.