Affirmations for baby sleep (31+)

Affirmations for baby sleep

  • Baby-proofing is a job that’s never truly finished.
  • Bad times don’t last long.
  • Eventually, Baby will learn to walk, feed himself, and have a life that is all his own — these infant days are fleeting and precious.
  • Fatigue is just a state of mind.
  • I allow myself to let go of the critical thoughts of others around my parenting choices.
  • I always do my best.
  • I am a brilliant child of the universe.
  • I am a creative genius with incredible talent to share with the world.
  • I am a fun-loving and free spirit who loves to play and explore.
  • I am a marvelous Manifest.
  • I am a responsible person, even though I may not always feel like I know what I’m doing.
  • I am allowed to have so much fun.
  • I am allowed to laugh.
  • I am always safe and protected and I always make good choices.
  • I am always trusting my feelings because I know my feelings are important.
  • I am always using my manners because it feels good to used it with others.
  • I am an excellent and fast learner and I remember everything I learn easily.
  • I am deserving of all the delights the world has to offer.
  • I am energized and happy in my mind, body and spirit.
  • I am enough and perfect as I am.
  • I am giving my baby one of the greatest gifts of all – the ability to put themselves to sleep.
  • I am gorgeous inside and out.
  • i am important because my ideas matter and I love to share my ideas to the world.
  • I am in charge of the health and well being of my little one. I know what is best.
  • I am loved and loving and love always surrounds me and is in my heart always.
  • I am really learning about myself by caring for my child.
  • I am respectful towards others.
  • I am so grateful.
  • I am so inspired and excited now about my magnificent future.
  • I am worhty and wonderful as I am.
  • I can and will find a responsible babysitter so that I can have some one-on-one adult time once in a while.
  • I can be whatever I want to be.
  • I can’t sanitize the entire world; my child will get sick from time to time.
  • I choose to think about the positive outcomes of this process.
  • I know what is best for my family.
  • I really am fortunate to simply have a healthy child.
  • I respect myself wholeheartedly.
  • I will not always be so tired.
  • I will not compare my child to my friends’ kids, or take stock in comparisons other people make.
  • I will not feel so old a year from now.
  • I will try to read to Baby every day.
  • Just because my child has crying jags (and/or doesn’t sleep through the night at 3 months), it doesn’t mean that I’m doing something wrong.
  • My baby can express frustration and still love me.
  • My baby can fall asleep quickly and easily.
  • My breasts will not always feel like they’re going to crack off and/or explode.
  • My child doesn’t need the most expensive clothes, toys, or baby accessories to be happy.
  • My house doesn’t have to be picture-perfect (or spotless) to ensure that my baby has a wonderful childhood.
  • My pediatrician will not think I’m unintelligent for asking questions about my child’s development.
  • My working outside of the home is not going to damage my child emotionally.
  • When the time comes, I will allow Baby to safely explore the world instead of hovering over him, biting my nails.
  • Yelling at my baby only scares him: He doesn’t grasp my intended message.
  • You are loved, fed, dry, and capable.

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Research Resources

Manifestations are sometimes viewed as pseudoscience but there is some interesting research that does at least give you some reason to believe otherwise.   See here, here, and here.

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