Does Any of This Sound Familiar?
Your child needs to nurse or bottle feed (or use a pacifier) in order to get to sleep. Of course, whenever that soother falls out, YOU'RE the one who has to go put it back in (regardless of the time of night).
You are waking up with your child once, twice, three (or more) times each night. The reason? Your little one does not know how to fall asleep WITHOUT your help.
Your child needs to be rocked, bounced, or taken for a car/stroller ride in order to nap. Or (even worse) your child seems to REFUSE to take a nap -- despite the fact that he or she seems tired.
You need help moving your child out of the family bed and into a bed of their own. Your little one has started to TAKE OVER the family bed and you are ready to have it back.
Your baby’s (or toddler’s) naps are extremely short, sporadic or randomly scheduled throughout the day. Just when you think you can get some chores done around the house, your little one wakes up; 25 minutes after falling asleep.
Your child is so overtired that he or she is unable to enjoy fun and stimulating daytime activities. Your little one is always CRANKY, FUSSY, and IRRITABLE, lacks interest in exciting activities and/or can be difficult to be around.
Your OWN lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on you and your family. Studies prove that infant sleep problems are closely linked to POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION; has this become an area of concern for you?
If you share in one or more of the situations above, the good news is that your search for a solution can stop right here! The other good news is that, by working together we can start seeing a dramatic improvement in the length and quality of your child’s sleep… after just a couple of nights!