When baby doesn’t sleep nobody sleeps. If he is waking through the night and loudly proclaiming his insomnia to the household and probably half the neighborhood it is time to take action. If he is over six months he should be sleeping most nights unless there is a problem. Isn’t it time you took some steps toward training him to sleep so you can get a good nights rest? Baby Sleep Solutions is a digital program that you can have in minutes and it comes with 8 weeks trial period so you have nothing to lose but your sleepless nights.
Here is just a snippet of what happy customers have to say about this program:
“Sleeps through the night”
I followed your guide and I’m extremely happy to say that my little boy now sleeps through the night. Many thanks for all the help.
“Asleep herself on day 3”
Hi Chris, The best solution that worked for me was [……..].It took 3 days to achieve a significant improvement.
45 mins on day 1. 8 mins on day 2. Asleep herself on day 3.
No further comments except thank you.
Being woken up every night by a crying baby is terribly disruptive to any household. Everyone is getting up in the morning, grumpy and worn out and if you then have to face a full day at work it all can become too much. This is not good for your relationships with other household members and even your crying baby.
Your partner is going off to work tired and he is not as alert as he should be. This could have an impact on his job or even his safety in some workplaces.
If you are still on parental leave from your job or have decided to be a stay at home mum you will at least have a chance to rest during the day while your disruptive,nocturnal little tyke has his day time sleep. Unless, of course you have cut that out in an effort to get him to sleep all night.
With the tension in your household building everyone is becoming short tempered, irritable and start snapping at each other. Really, who can blame=”sleepless parents tension” width=”237″ height=”151″ /> them.
When your baby is still waking you through the night long after he should have learned to self soothe and settle himself when he wakes up you have a problem. Your first step should be to have your baby checked out by a health care professional to rule out any underlying causes. If none are found then you need to look at what you are doing.
Have you established a night time ritual?
It is important to teach your baby when it is time to go to sleep and a night time ritual sometimes helps
- Do you give him supper such as warm milk before bedtime so he doesn’t get hungry through the night?
- Give him a nice warm bath and a gentle massage with your favorite baby lotion?
- Made sure he is dry and comfortable?
- Had some quiet relaxing snuggle time before he goes to bed?
- Put him into his cot and made sure he is not too hot/cold or in need of a last minute change?
- Walked out and closed the door?
If you have tried all this and he still can’t settle himself or self soothe when he wakes through the night then it is time to get some help for yourself, your family and your relationship with your partner and your baby.
I would love to hear from you if you manage to get your baby into a sleep pattern and if you did it alone or through the Baby Sleep Solution Program.
All the best to you and your family.