The Easy Way to Drop Night Feeds.
Were you awake again last night feeding your baby?
- Praying for some decent sleep?
- Feeling tired, wondering how long this will continue?
There is an alternative.
Life is so much better when your baby sleeps well at night.
After Stop Feeding, Start Sleeping
- Your baby will be well-rested, happier and more settled
- Your baby's nighttime sleep will increase dramatically
- You will get at least 5 hours more sleep each week
- You will feel in control of life again
There is a simple and effective way to break your baby's night feeding habit.
This program is effective and fast because it works on all three elements that are stopping your baby from sleeping through the night: daytime feeds, nighttime feeds, and your baby's night-waking habit. Working on one, or even two, of these is not enough. By dealing with all three issues at the same time, the Stop Feeding program prepares your baby to sleep for much longer periods at night, even right through the night.
Is Stop Feeding Start Sleeping right for you?
The answer is Yes if:
- Your baby is waking and feeding more often at night than you would like
- You would like a structured plan that is flexible enough to fit with your schedule
- Your baby is at least 3 months old
You want to do the best for your baby, to be the best parent that you can be. But if you're not getting enough sleep you will be feeling irritable (or worse) during the day. Chances are you are finding it hard to feel any joy in parenting, just as I felt.
Each time your baby wakes at night to be fed, she might be awake for 15 minutes or 30 minutes. But what about you? How much sleep do you miss out on each time you feed your baby at night? Most parents are awake for 45 minutes to 60 minutes for each feed.
That means by cutting out even one night feed, you can get 5 to 7 hours more sleep each week. Think of how much extra energy, patience and positivity that extra sleep will bring you!