*Sucking (bottle, pacifier, sippy cup)
*Laying with a parent or caregiver
*Holding (hand, arm, etc...)
For babies older than 6 months, sleep associations are only problematic if that is the only way your child knows how to fall asleep or if your child frequently wakes at night needing his/her sleep association in order to fall back asleep.
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