If sleep training is tough for work-at-home moms, then it's even tougher for full-time working-outside-the-home moms. When you have to be up by 6 a.m. and out the door by 7:30 -- and when you don't get home until after 5 p.m. -- there is very little room in your day to allow for the kind of cross-eyed exhaustion that sleep training can cause! That said, working parents absolutely CAN sleep train successfully (many of our happy clients would attest to that!); it's just that working moms need
We've established before that you can indeed breastfeed successfully while you sleep train - sleep training does not mean the end of breastfeeding! In fact, we here at The Baby Sleep Site® are deeply committed to ensuring that breastfeeding moms sleep train in a way that both preserves their breastfeeding, and that achieves better sleep for their babies. However, in order to sleep train successfully while also keeping breastfeeding a priority, it is necessary to keep some key facts in mind.