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“It Feels Like a Dream”: Nigerian Mum in Joyous Mood as Her Newborn Baby Sleeps Throughout the Night

Nigerian Mum in Joyous Mood as Her Newborn Baby Sleeps Throughout the Night
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A Nigerian mother was seen celebrating after her baby slept throughout the night for the first time.

She said the child even slept in a separate room, and she did not need to wake up and attend to her as usual.

Nigerian mother and her baby.
The mother said the baby allowed her to sleep for the first time. Photo credit: TikTok/@ifeandlonimi.
Source: TikTok

According to the woman identified on TikTok as Ifeoluwa, she has not slept more than two hours since she had the baby.

Mother celebrates as baby allows her to sleep

Ifeoluwa said the baby named Lonimi had to undergo sleep training, and the story immediately changed.

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Now, both mother and child sleep peacefully without disturbing each other. She danced in joy after the experience. Ifeoluwa narrated her experience on TikTok:

“She slept through the night!! In her room! Still feels like a dream! I mean, I haven’t had more than 2 hours of sleep since I had this baby, but I just got 7hours! Wow! Isn’t God awesome? Sleep training baby Lonimi is one of the best decisions we made in this family. Even hubby sleeps well too. Thank you, Jesus!”

Watch the video below:

@ifeandlonimi

She slept through the night!! In her room!💃🏽💃🏽Still feels like a dream! I mean, i havent had more than 2 hours sleep since i had this baby but I just got 7hours! Wow! Isn’t God awesome💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 Sleep training baby Lonimi is one of the best decisions we made in this family. Even hubby sleeps well too. Thank you Jesus!💃🏽💃🏽 #sleeptraining #sleeptrainingbabysuccess #sleeptrainingbaby #goodsleep #6monthsold

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Netizens react to Ifeoluwa’s babysitting experience

@its kasiva254 said:

“I don’t know what is sleep training and my girl sleeps through the night since she turned four months.”

@Shudy-Ann Kimara said:

“Then there’s my 4-month-old who sleeps from 6pm to 6:30am.”

@user4462228524114 commented:

“My two-month-old sleeps through the night.”

@TarlishaB asked:

“How did you do it, my sister?”

@MercyLyn said:

“We are at 10 months and can wake up 5 times a night to breastfeed. I’m tired.”

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