“This was the best decision I made for my family! Sleep training gave my husband and I our alone time back, made my son a happier, more active baby, and gave me the confidence I needed as a first time mother.”
“In under a week, my strong-willed 19 month old (who has always gone to sleep by being rocked and held and comforted) was asking to be put in and going to sleep on his own! I never thought it could happen, certainly not so quickly!”
“Knowing went to put my baby down for naps and being able to read his tired signs has made this whole process so much easier. Not having to rock my baby to sleep and of course having him sleep all night has been such a game changer. You’ve changed our lives!”
“I highly recommend this program to every mama out there, even for those of you who think you don’t really need it. Do yourself and your baby the biggest favor. It’s life-changing! Nights with uninterrupted sleep for mom and uninterrupted sleep for baby makes a happy family.”
“First night was rough. By the second night I was ready for round two. It never came. She slept through the night. I’ve had several nights of a peaceful, and disturbed hours of rest. It feels unreal. I also have time during the day to myself while she naps. Follow the program. You won’t regret it.”
Yes. This course will teach you how to formally sleep train your baby. There are 4 different methods you can choose from, depending on your parenting style. All involve crying, but none of them are Cry It Out.
Not if you follow the methods described in this course. As long as you provide emotional reassurance to your baby through the process, your baby will remain securely attached to you. This course details the research and evidence for this. Your baby will be even happier once he’s getting a good night’s sleep!
Yes! There are two night-weaning methods in this course, that work equally well for breastfed and formula fed babies.
This course can help a lot. Acid reflux often interferes with sleep, and this can help you make as much progress as possible until the reflux subsides.
This course will give you both options-if you want to keep the pacifier during sleep training, you can. If your baby doesn’t take one or you want to eliminate it, there’s an option for that as well.
You’ll still see progress, but not as much as you’d see if you have your baby in a separate room. However, if you’re committed to making it work, you can still see significant progress in your baby’s sleep habits.
Yes! Email support is available as an add-on purchase for this course. You’ll have the option to select email support at checkout.