In our survey, when we ask moms, "What is the biggest sleep struggle that you're facing now that you would like to leave behind?" the top answers we get are:
"My baby relies on my boobs to go to sleep and still waking up many times in the night crying, demanding to latch on to go back to sleep."
"I am in search of another way to put my baby to sleep because even though I nurse him, he still won't go to sleep."
"My toddler is already on formula and eating well during the day. But she still insists on nursing few times in the night. I'm confused if she's really hungry or latching for comfort. I want to learn how to stop this habit and help her sleep independently."
Can you relate?
Baby sleep can be complicated, and there is an important relationship between what goes on during the day that can impact the night sleep. Their sleep is also related to how filled their connection cup is with their primary caregivers (mom and dad).
Adding to the problem, babies and toddlers who are under a lot of stress or have pent up big emotions would not be able to sleep peacefully and night wakings can happen up to 4-5 times in the night.
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