‘Fed’ is best. No one should be shamed into making the decision between bottle feeding or breast feeding their baby; it is a personal, family choice – like sleep training. Feeding and sleep can be so interconnected with little ones. In this guide I lay out everything on how you can get moore sleep and make sure your little one is fed.
In this guide we will cover everything you need to know about feeding as it relates to sleep.
I am not a lactation consultant or a pediatrician, but I do know about sleep!
Here are a few things that you will learn:
- Cutting the feed-to-sleep association
- Separating the feedings from both naps & bedtimes
- Examples of real life night time scenarios and how to handle them
- Waketime ranges, number of naps needed and max/min nap totals for the day
- Dream feeding
- Weaning at night
- Comfort vs. Hunger
- Multiples and Night Feeds
***Remember - you should always consult with your pediatrician before sleep training, cutting out a night feed or adjusting night feedings.
***This is for children 16 weeks adjusted age and older.
GUIDES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE, AND NON-RETURNABLE.