You may simply need to optimize your baby's sleep environment or pay attention to wake times between naps so your baby doesn't get overtired during the day. (This can cause excessive night waking!) Or, if you need to proactively transition your baby to changes in order to avoid a desperate situation in the future (i.e., when you go back to work), the Smart Baby Sleep system was will cover it all and never tell you to ignore your baby's cries!
I’ve been there!
And I know there is no more desperate feeling than wanting to care for your baby in a loving, attentive way but being debilitated by exhaustion. I’ve felt the painful regret of following conventional “baby training” advice and the extreme pressure from conflicting experts. That’s exactly why 5 years ago, when my daughter was an infant, I developed this system during her first year sleep struggles. I did this while studying developmental neuro-psychology and applying what I learned to infant sleep challenges. This is what makes the Smart Baby Sleep System different. Every aspect of the Smart Baby Sleep System by Science Mommy is developmentally ideal for babies, which means absolutely no ignoring their cries!
Over the following 5 years:
I streamlined and perfected this system, reflecting my experience helping hundreds of parents through Science Mommy coaching. Now, the resulting system is summarizes all you need to know - designed to provide the value of a Premium Coaching Package. This method combines the best baby sleep techniques from over 40 baby sleep books, updates and merges them based on years of experience working with parents right where you are now–all using developmental science. This video course will provide the best baby sleep insights in a fraction of the time it would take to read just one book or attend one Interpersonal Neurobiology conference. (I've done this for you, because you’re tired!)
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