Who is the program for?
Families with newborns between 2-8 weeks of age who are ready to begin laying the foundation for sleep independence in his or her own sleep space (room sharing is fine!). If your baby is outside of this age range, please don't hesitate to reach out to discuss potential support options: firstname.lastname@example.org
When do we start?
We will begin when your baby is between 2 - 8 weeks old depending on when you join the program and when your sleep pod is formed. Once you sign up we will be in touch. If for any reason we are unable to form a pod of 4-6 families to include you, we will offer the option for a full refund.
Is this the same as sleep training?
No. We do not recommend sleep training a newborn. Instead, we take a gentle and gradual approach with age-appropriate sleep techniques applied over 8 weeks time.
Will I need to sleep train my baby later on?
As long as you consistently implement the tools and strategies we will be teaching in the group, your baby will have the independent sleep skills needed to avoid the need to sleep train down the road.
What if I can't join all of the live weekly calls?
Although we encourage families to attend as many live calls as possible, we understand that conflicts come up. All calls will be recorded and shared with group members after each session, and Q&A questions can be pre-submitted for those who cannot attend live.
What day of the week are the weekly calls?
Once we form your SleepPod, we will survey the group to determine a day of the week and time that suits everyone. Session recordings will be shared afterward for any family who is unable to attend live.
Can I still contact nap and plan for naps on the go?
Absolutely! We encourage parents who want to contact nap or plan for naps while out and about to do so. This is a flexible and realistic approach to sleep. Your baby does not need to take every nap in his or her own sleep space to be able to learn the sleep skills we will be teaching.
What are the sleep results I can expect after 8 weeks?
Although results will vary depending on your child’s individual needs and temperament, you can expect your baby to be able to fall asleep independently, sleep longer night stretches, and take better naps by the end of the program. Our #1 goal (and the biggest predictor of sleep success down the road) is for your baby to learn the skill of sleep independence.
What should I do if I have a question not answered here?
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