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  1. Tania

    Hello! My 18 m old toddler got sick and with allergy for several weeks and now we have been cosleeping. He is always behind me or his dad all day but without crying. He gets stimulated very easily. We are letting him sleep in our arms and then left in the crib but wakes every hour! How many days should we try this? What can we do to make him sleep without cry it out? We think our presence in the room may stimulate him…

    • Alyssa Taft

      Hello Tania,

      It can be SO exhausting when our LO’s aren’t sleeping, especially after being sick!

      We can definitely help you get your LO’s sleep on track and get your entire family sleeping better! We can provide the best support to your family in our 21 Days to Peace & Quiet program.

      In this program we offer 4 step-by-step sleep training methods. You choose the one that feels best for your LO. We have super gentle & gradual all the way to quick & efficient. Each step of the way you get advice based on your baby’s developmental stage, energy levels, and temperament.

      Two of our package options include personalized support and I find this to be so beneficial during the sleep training journey! Jilly and members of our support team answer questions 7 days a week in our private FB group and we host 3 Zoom calls per week! You will always feel like you have the support you need every step of the way.
      You can find out more info on the program here: https://www.babysleepmadesimple.com/21-days-to-peace-quiet-program
      When you are 100% consistent in following the steps of the program, your baby will be sleeping amazingly within 1-3 weeks. It depends on the method you choose as well as your baby’s adaptability, but we cover all of this in the program!

      Happy to answer any questions you have. We hope we get the chance to help you and your LO on this sleep journey!
      Have a great day!
      Alyssa, BSMS Support Team

  2. Lisa

    How to stop nursing baby to sleep?

    • Micaela

      Hello Lisa, a straight answer is that you need to separate feeding from bedtime more and more each day. I’m not sure how old your baby is but what I would suggest is to subscribe to our FREE Exhausted Mom Survival kit so you’ll start working on the bases of our sleep training program and once your baby turns 5mo you can actually start proper sleep training him. If your baby is already 5mo or older then check out our sleep training program. We help clients every day with this specific issue!

      Subscribe for FREE here https://www.babysleepmadesimple.com/exhausted-moms-survival-kit

      Here you’ll find more info on our sleep training program https://www.babysleepmadesimple.com/21-days-to-peace-quiet-program/

      have a nice day! Micaela BSMS Support Team


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