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Sleep Tracking

Is there anything parents want more than a good sleep schedule for their baby? Discover invaluable patterns in your baby's sleep rhythms after tracking for only a few days.

Four Ways You Can Get Your Baby on a Good Sleep Schedule:

  • Understand your baby's transition time
  • Discover if you are starting naps at the wrong time by comparing attempted naps
  • Find out if sleep locations are important
  • See your baby's actual sleep pattern and use it to create a good schedule

Sleep Probability Distribution Chart The daily sleep chart visually shows awake, transition and asleep periods on a 24-hour scale.

The Sleep Tracker breaks the sleep cycle into three parts so you can understand your baby's sleep needs:

  • Putting your child down to sleep (transition time)
  • Falling asleep
  • Waking up

Recording the transition time is optional, but it can be useful when setting up a sleep schedule. By tracking the nap start times, you can see if there are patterns in your bedtime and naptime routines.

Sleep Probability Distribution Chart The Sleep Probability chart uses a gray scale to display the probability of your child being asleep at a certain time of day.

As you begin recording sleep, Trixie Tracker automatically translates your data into beautiful charts and graphs. Once you have collected a few days worth of data, these charts will fill in and patterns in your child's sleep habits will begin to emerge.

Full Sleep Chart The full sleep chart visually shows awake, transition and asleep periods on a 24-hour scale and includes a Sleep Probability chart.

The most recent sleep information is summarized on your site home page. You can easily see a quick overview of the whole day or get specifics on the current sleep cycle.

These tools make it easy to record accurate data which means you'll be able to make better sleep schedule decisions — for you and your child.

Trixie Tracker does more than just track sleep... it provides real information and charts to help new parents make better decisions

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