Helping You and Your Child Sleep - Sleep Help from The Baby Sleep Site®
At The Baby Sleep Site®, a good night''s like in this village:
- Our baby sleep coaching approach is built around your needs, your parenting style, and your child’s temperament.
- You choose the most effective way for us to work together. For example, email, phone, Skype, or online chat — we''s most convenient for you.
- Certainly, baby and toddler sleep support should be as simple as getting health or nutritional help. That is why your individual coaching packages start at $139 and group options for as little as $69.
- Founded in 2008, The Baby Sleep Site® has worked with more parents than anyone else out there, delivering newsletters to 500,000 recipients, engaging over 100,000 moms on Facebook, and more than 40,000 in our Sleep Helpdesk. We welcome new faces to our village each and every day!
Ready to meet your baby sleep consultant?Yes, Let''s sleep challenges are as unique as you are. Therefore, there are several ways for us to work together and help your baby start sleeping better.
- If you prefer one-on-one sleep support, you can talk to one of our expert baby sleep consultants.
- Alternatively, you can create a custom Express Sleep Plan®, based on 10+ years of experience.
- Finally, get started with our Do It (Mostly) Yourself sleep coaching resources. This option is perfect for parents who feel confident about tackling sleep problems (mostly) on your own.
Why do we say "" yourself?
You''d like to join us in live chats with a senior sleep consultant in one of our weekly group sleep coaching options.
Furthermore, you can also read several case studies of other families similar to yours who have solved their baby or toddler''s a lot you can do "" on your own. For everything else, we''re facing, our team of trained baby sleep consultants crafts a holistic Personalized Sleep Plan® that’s guaranteed to help your baby or toddler.
Every month, millions of people visit our site and discover new information on how to help baby sleep. As a result, here are just a few things you might learn:
Baby Sleep Patterns and Information You Will Learn
- Infant sleep patterns and other baby sleep basics
- The best sleep training method for your baby or toddler
- How to avoid cry-it-out and find no cry sleep solutions
- The Dos and Don''s individual needs and have been doing so for over 10 years, now.
Why personalized sleep help?
Personalized sleep consulting services allow us to get to know you one-on-one, so you can receive a Personalized Sleep Plan® – a detailed sleep action plan – and receive emotional support as you implement the plan.
Our sleep consultants have varied backgrounds in lactation, early intervention, counseling, and more. Furthermore, each of our sleep consultants undergoes more than 300 hours of training, using our proprietary training program, and continue to work with senior sleep consultants indefinitely.
When you and your child are losing sleep every night, and you don’t know what to do, it can be a very stressful and frustrating experience.
Just know that you are not alone!
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Not ready to get help from a baby sleep expert today? Peruse the many other resources available to you in order to help your family get on the road to better sleep. And, we will be here if/when you are ready for personal help! For now, learn more about your baby''s Sleep At-a-Glance: Average Sleep Needs by Age Babies need a lot of sleep! But, just how much you ask? While newborn babies sleep almost the entire day, they go through many changes in the first few years and will need a variable number of hours of sleep every day. Getting enough sleep is important for your baby''s sleep needs here.
Sample Feeding and Sleep SchedulesLooking for sample sleep schedules? All of our schedules are free, breastfeeding-friendly and practical. Not all babies sleep well day and night without some coaching on our part. They often wake up between sleep cycles. And, one of the first things you can do is get your baby on a good sleep schedule or routine.
Most Common Baby Sleep Problems by Age
- Newborns - The most common concerns we get from parents of newborns are how to reduce the risk of SIDS, sleep safety, how to fix day/night confusion, and when you can put your baby on a schedule. If you haven''t sleep in the bedside bassinet. Therefore, you may be interested in our 2-3 Month Old Guide here.
- 4 Month Olds - At 4 months, sleep is still organizing while your baby is consolidating sleep periods. Therefore, the primary concerns from parents tend to be related to too many naps, often short naps, or babies who only sleep in your arms or on your chest. This is also the point your baby''t already.
- 6 Month Olds - Around this age, many parents are eager to put their baby on a schedule if the baby hasn''t already, be sure to pick up your free e-Book, 7 Common Napping Mistakes, today!
- 7 and 8 Month Olds In this age range, 7 and 8 month old babies have learned about object permanence which means they may be exhibiting separation anxiety (get upset when you leave the room). When it comes to sleep, these babies may begin skipping their third nap which can lead to some sleep disruption and we have many parents asking about night-weaning. You probably want to read about 3 Signs It May Be Time For Night-Weaning Your Baby.
- 9 and 10 Month Olds - This age is so fun when your 9 or 10 month old is becoming more mobile, often learning to sit up, stand up, cruise furniture, and some even begin walking! This is super fun but super disruptive to sleep most of the time. Read more about the 8-9-10 Month Old Sleep Regression to make sure you know what''s time to transition to one nap. And, the answer is "" most of the time. The average age to transition to one nap is around 15-18 months old. Is your baby skipping one of their naps? Read Why Not All 12 Month Olds Transition to One Nap today, so you are prepared.
- 13 and 14 Month Olds At this age, most parents are having a lot of fun with their toddler who may be saying a few words and walking around the house. However, sleep-wise, the most common complaint is their toddler is still not sleeping through the night and/or they are still seeing short naps. Read about the 4 Top Toddler Sleep Questions today to learn more about your toddler.
- 15 and 16 Month Olds - This is a very common age to transitiion to one nap if your toddler hasn''s often related to an issue that has gone unresolved for quite some time. If you haven''s Sleep.
- 3-5 Year Olds - Preschoolers are generally good sleepers, except we often hear from parents about late bedtimes, early waking, needing a parent in the room as the fall asleep, and sometimes nighttime fears. We also help some families transition their child to their own bed and room after co-sleeping for quite some time. This is also a common age to drop their nap. You may be interested in learning 3 Signs Your Toddler Is Ready to Stop Napping.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long should a baby sleep?Newborns sleep 14-16 hours per day for 1-3 hours at a time. 4 to 6-month-olds sleep 11-12 hours at night and 3-4 hours during the day. 7 to 18-month-olds sleep 10-12 hours at night and 2-3 hours during the day.
Is my newborn sleeping too much?Unless your baby literally never wakes up, not even to eat, there is most likely no reason to worry your baby is sleeping too much. In the first few weeks, it’s also very common for you to need to wake your baby every 2-3 hours to ensure he eats, and he may go right back to sleep afterward. It is very typical for newborns to sleep anywhere from 14 to 18 hours a day, on average. If your baby is sleeping too much during the day but wants to party at night, she most likely has her days and nights confused.
Why is my baby sleeping more than usual?There are 3 primary reasons your baby may be sleeping more than usual: Growth spurt, teething, or illness. Read more here.
How can you get your baby to sleep through the night?There are many reasons why a baby is waking up excessively at night. Learn 5 Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night.
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