1. Know It's Normal
It's easy to feel like we're the only ones in the world who can't sleep when our babies do, but that's definitely not the case — and realizing we're not alone can help to ease the anxiety.

Dr. Amelia Bailey, M.D. and Reverie sleep research expert, shared: “On a night when your children are keeping you up, every second of sleep matters. We’re all-too familiar with the drill. As soon as your head finally hits the pillow, you can’t stop thinking about frustrations from the day, your to-do list, and whether or not your child will wake again in 15 minutes; but there are a few things you can try to maximize the amount of rest you are able to get.”