Sleepless nights. Constant crying. Short temper. This isn’t how you imagined life with a baby would be…
Is your baby struggling to adapt to a fixed sleep schedule, causing not only your child to become sleep deprived and cranky, but you, as well?
Do you constantly feel stressed, get ticked off at any slight inconvenience, and find yourself arguing more often than ever with your partner or family members?
Are you on the verge of giving up and just accepting the fact that you will never be able to get a good night’s sleep ever again?
Hang on tight. Don’t surrender to the torture just yet!
You may be seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, but that light is coming from the sun, so you will be able to enjoy once again when you take your child on an adventure in the near future – a time when you both will have the energy for it.
Getting enough sleep during the first few years of your child’s life is something everyone struggles with – and many parents complain about – yet not many know what the right way to tackle the issue is. In comes sleep training, the holy grail of surviving the early stages of parenthood, and your key to gaining back your sanity.
In You and Your Baby Can Sleep Through the Night, you will discover:
- Fully mapped-out sleep schedules for your baby, ranging from zero weeks to three years
- The top 10 reasons why other sleep training fails and what adjustments you can make to ensure all things run smoothly next time
- The life-saving secrets to training your baby to sleep so you, too, can get a restful slumber
- Why your bedtime approach isn’t the only thing influencing your baby’s quality of sleep (hint: It involves more than just one factor.)
- Why sleep regression happens and how you can counter its effects before it takes a toll on both you and your baby’s well-being
- The seven reasons why your baby may be crying, as well as how to soothe them according to their needs
- The not-so-common method you can use to your own advantage that will encourage your baby to sleep longer and more soundly
- And much, much more…
Whether you’re a parent of a single child or have multiple children, it won’t make a difference in the effectiveness of these methods. They’re universal, meaning that anyone will be able to benefit from implementing them into their daily routine, guaranteeing progress within a week or two.
Even if you’ve tried what feels like every existing alternative in the world in order to get your child to sleep at night and are at the verge of a mental breakdown, don’t give up – there’s still hope!
Consistency is crucial, and through the use of this step-by-step guide, all you have to do is follow it and the rest will fall into place. Don’t spend thousands of dollars on an in-house sleeping consultant or nanny. That money is much better spent on future vacations, relaxing dinners out of the house, or even your child’s college savings.