Those of you who have done it yourselves will no doubt give a big nod to what I'm about to say: Sleep training is work. It's work that is worth doing, mind you, and (provided you have plenty of resources and support), it is work that can go smoothly and can be completed in a reasonable amount of time. But it's still work. Given this fact, I think it's safe to say that none of us need our friends, co-workers, or family members to make the step-by-step process of sleep training any
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Based on lots and lots of experience in working with parents over the years, we here at The Baby Sleep Site™ have found something to be true: when used with consistency, the right sleep training method can work wonders for a baby's nighttime sleep problems, or a toddler's persistent sleep issues. The two key words in that statement? 'Consistency' and 'Right'. Finding the Right Sleep Training Method It's important that you find a sleep training method that works for both you and your baby.
If you’re a mom who thinks a lot about your baby’s sleep (and if you’re a Baby Sleep Site reader, you probably are), then you know that having a predictable, consistent schedule in place can go a long way towards helping your baby establish good sleep patterns. In fact, our sample baby schedules are some of the most popular articles on the site; clearly, parents are interested in establishing routines! For some of us, though, a consistent schedule for baby can lead to the onset of serious
When you're a sleep coach, many other things in your life tend to remind you about babies or sleep training or sleep training babies. On November 5th, I ran my first 5K race. It was a race where a portion of the proceeds would be donated to The Honor Flight for World War II veterans to fly to Washington D.C. I can thank my son (who inspired this site) for the inspiration (I guess he inspires me a lot!). He ran his first 1K over a year ago and wanted to run in another race. Back then, I was out
My team and I do quite a few Personalized Sleep Plans® every week, but we can give you the best of plans and it doesn't mean anything if you and your baby are not ready for it. Here is a 10-point checklist to determine if you and your baby or toddler are ready for sleep training. 1. Your baby has preferences. Babies will learn early that some things feel good (e.g. being in mommy or daddy's arms) and what doesn't (e.g. dirty diaper). They instinctively learn to cry to get a clean diaper