- You can't sleep train a baby under 4 months
- Crying will not harm your baby
- Sleep supports brain & physical development
- When baby sleeps well, family well-being improves
- Sleep is natural & can't be taught
- Babies will dictate their own sleep schedules
- Children will outgrow poor sleep habits
- It's stressful & will affect parent-child attachment
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Dr. Aubrie is amazing! She made me feel extremely supported and created the perfect plan for my daughter. Sleep training made me very nervous, but I am SO glad I trusted Dr. Aubrie. She truly knows exactly what she is doing. We are 5 days in and my daughter is sleeping all night, putting herself to sleep, and even putting herself back to sleep after short naps! AMAZING! If you’re thinking about it...DO IT! Dr. Aubrie will prepare and support you!
- Byanka H.
After struggling to get our little one to sleep between 6-8w without our help, I was desperate to find information on sleep methods safe for a newborn. I’m so glad I found the Newborn Sleep Guide from Dr. Aubrie as it has truly helped us turn a corner in less than 1 week! The guide has provided us with useful information and methods to help us all get more sleep and has allowed us to start implementing healthy sleep habits early on. Our daughter is now put down awake and is able to put herself to sleep at 9wo. I would definitely recommend!
- Chanelle H.
My husband got the baby guide when our baby was only around 4 weeks old. However, I started reading it and did not start using it until the baby was 10 weeks old for a variety of reasons ( I was very skeptical). After all, it was just 10 weeks of no sleeping, no peace and a fuzzy baby. I do know that our baby was colicky and she had a lot of tummy issues. (Allergies to lactose). However, I noticed that once we got her stomach issues under control, the baby started to beg for the breast to go to sleep or she would want us to carry her until she felt sleep. In the first weeks that’s fine, but babies get heavy and bad props are a thing. I do know that at the beginning we had to do everything to comfort the baby and with everything else happening I felt that it was going to last for a really long time. However, I decided to revisit the guide and it’s insane how this guide taught me how to deal with my baby. I started following all the guidance and advice and on day 2 baby slept the entire night. I could not believe it. The key for this guide to work is consistency and patience. The baby will cry for a little bit, but I feel like it’s worst to hear a baby crying way more for the lack of rocking or not having the breast there. People worry about 4-week regression and things like that when I think the key is to set a good sleep foundation and that is what the guide teaches you.
- Luzvic B
Sleep deprivation is a dangerous & persistent issue
- Less than 10 hrs of nighttime sleep in the first 3 years of life can have lasting consequences throughout childhood
- 20% of kids with problematic sleep are misdiagnosed with ADHD
- 20-40% of infants & toddlers have sleep problems that disrupt the lives of their families
- The majority of sleep problems in infants & young children are behavioral, not physiological (aka bad habits)
- Babies physically comforted to sleep (rocked, fed, held) over an extended amount of time can have persistent sleep problems compared to independent sleepers
- Adding as little as 27 minutes of sleep per night can help kids manage their mood & impulses
- Fatigue is a responsible factor for increased depression symptoms in 59% of moms