"Despite 3 hours of jet lag and being in 3 different locations in 6 days, he slept great and stayed on his schedule the entire time we were away. When we came back, he was right back on schedule. In bed at 7, up at 6.
I am amazed!
I could never have believed that he would actually WANT to go into the crib.
His mood is so much better. He used to have so many tantrums. I think he was just really overtired. He’s a much happier baby since sleep training.
I’m really happy! I wasn’t sure this was going to work and even though we had a few dire moments, it really paid off.”
Elizabeth, Mom to Alejandro, 18 Months
(Prior to sleep training: bedtime took 1-2 hours, involved multiple cups of milk, fruit puree pouches, Alejandro attempting to run out of the room to play with his older brother, Elizabeth having to rock him to sleep, sometimes multiple times per night. And then Alejandro's older brother going to bed too late as a result of Elizabeth being busy with Alejandro for so long. Which led to it's own set of behavioral challenges and maybe even migraines.)
If you have a toddler who is resisting bedtime, you aren't alone. And hope is available to you. Make 2023 the year your family finally gets the sleep you deserve. You can be like Elizabeth. Schedule a free sleep consultation today and find out how it works.
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Abby Wolfson is a pediatric nurse practitioner, certified child sleep consultant and certified life coach for parents. She divides her time between Brooklyn, NY and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.