Sleep Training is such a hot topic among parents and caregivers with strong opinions on both sides. And the reason for this is because both sides are RIGHT! Baby Sleep Training: New Online Class aims to help parents and caregivers with straightforward answers to helping babies sleep through the night.
Yes- it’s correct to allow your baby to find their way to sleeping through the night naturally if your family isn’t negatively impacted. But yes- it’s also correct to help baby sleep long, uninterrupted stretches overnight. In addition to allowing babies to have a predictable schedule, sleep training has proven to show that Maternal mood scales also statistically significantly improved; patients with the lowest baseline depression scores benefited the most.
At Let Mommy Sleep we don’t advocate for any particular safe parenting style and instead promote that there are a lot of right answers when it comes to caring for infants. So we’re not saying anyone should or shouldn’t “sleep train.” But we do want to provide concrete answers about baby sleep to help those who are looking for evidence-based answers.
Our newest online class, Baby Sleep Helping: Sleeping Through the Night helps parents with schedules, step-by-step instructions and answers to the how's and why's of allowing babies to sleep when age appropriate.
Our infant sleep plans were written by Registered Nurses and Night Nannies using the guidance of our Medical Advisory Board. They are not intended to be used as or replace medical advice. Any kind of sleep training or change to babies feeding and sleep habits should only happen with the blessing of the child's primary care physician.
The 4 month well-check at the pediatrician’s office is a great time to discuss your baby’s readiness to sleep through the night. These sleep training plans are meant to take about 10-14 days and are a gradual, gentle transition into sleeping through the night. As always, if parents are concerned about baby’s crying, sleep, eating or overall health, they should contact the child's primary care physician.
If you're a caregiver wishing to learn more about how exactly to help with gentle sleep training and infant schedules please visit us at the Newborn Care Academy on Teachable!