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Do you want more sleep?   Yes! I need more sleep.

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  1. Emily DeJeu says:

    Ladies, thank you so much for commenting and for entering our giveaway! It is The Baby Sleep Site’s privilege to have Sarah W. on staff, and to have the benefit of her professional experience, and we are so excited to be able to offer her unique services to families!

    Now, in terms of the giveaway…..I’m pleased to announce that @ Kia Johnson-Thomas is our winner! @Kia, a customer service rep will be in touch with you soon with information about how to access your Helpdesk account.

    @ Jennifer H. and @ Charmaine U – we were touched by your stories, and since there were so few entries for this particular giveaway, we want to be sure that you don’t walk away empty-handed! Nicole would like to extend a special discount to you – would you please check your email inboxes for more information?

    Thank you again to all three of you for commenting! Best of luck to you and your families. 🙂

  2. Charmaine U says:

    My son has always been a great sleeper. On the occasional times that he had problems sleeping, I’ve always turned to the Baby Sleep Site for help (since early 2011 when my son was 18 months old. He is now turning 4). In January of this year, as if a switch had been turned on, my son suddenly would not go to sleep. It would take 3-4 hours for him to fall asleep, then he would be up 3-6 times during the night and be wide awake by 645am. He also dropped his nap. He looked absolutely shattered during the day but it would still take him 3 hours to go to sleep at night. When we finally took him to the doctor, we were advised to give him melatonin. Very common use for children with ASD. He will go to sleep now with no problems but he does not always stay asleep and he still wakes up earlier that he should. To me, 10 hours is not enough sleep for him since he no longer naps and with therapy every day, he could use all the sleep he can get. I would like to eventually stop giving him melatonin and hope that he will fall asleep on his own and stay asleep.
    I am really happy that The Baby Sleep Site is including sleep disorders for children with ASD along with ‘typical’ sleep problems.

  3. Kia Johnson - Thomas says:

    My son has recently been diagnosed as being on the Autism spectrum. I am currently expecting another child and would be grateful to receive this prize.

  4. Jennifer H. says:

    I would love to win this! I have two children with Autism, ages 9 and 6. My 9 year old is the most affected by sleep issues. He has not slept well since birth. He had problems with reflux and just never seemed to be able to settle. Sometimes his sleep won’t be too bad (my definition – sleeping 7 hours a night) but at other times he is very hard to get to sleep, wakes up early and wakes up in the middle of the night and will be up for 2 to 4 hours. I also work full time so this has been very challenging for us as a family.

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