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READY TO SLEEP AGAIN?
GET NEWBORN SLEEP HELP

IS THIS FOR ME?

SLEEP FOUNDATIONS FOR 0-15 WEEKS

  • You are expecting or have a newborn who is 0-15 weeks old
     

  • You want to set up a healthy sleep foundation from the beginning
     

  • You need predictability and routine in your day
     

  • You want to actually enjoy the newborn phase
     

  • Sleep deprivation terrifies you and isn't an option

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WILL THIS COURSE
SLEEP TRAIN?

No, The Newborn Course is not sleep training. Did you know that your newborn is actually not developmentally able to self soothe until at least 16 weeks old? Before then they need to rely completely on you to help them soothe. This course helps you lay a healthy sleep foundation from the beginning while always soothing your little one, so that you may not need to sleep train later on. 

WHAT'S INSIDE

THE NEWBORN COURSE


 

  • Module 1:  Intro - Course overview & Goals
     

  • Module 2:  Newborn Feeding 101 - Newborn Nutrition, Feeding Approaches, Hunger Cues, Guide to Bottle Feeding, When to Feed & Cluster Feeding
     

  • Module 3:  Wake Windows & Sleep Expectations - Newborn Sleep Expectations, Stages of Sleep, Wake Windows, Sleepy Signs, Sleep Expectations 0-12 weeks 
     

  • Module 4:  Sleep Safety & Environment - Safe Sleep ABC's, What's in the Crib, Optimal Sleep Environment, Where Should Baby Sleep
     

  • Module 5:  Putting it All Together - Morning Wake-up Routine, How to Create a Schedule, Feeding & Sleep Routine, EASY Routine, The Pause,  Overnight Feeds, Dream Feeds
     

  • Module 6: Sleep Tools - 5 S's of Soothing, The Swaddle, The Pacifier, Bedtime Routine, Consistency
     

  • Module 7:  Naps 101 - Nap Schedules, Nap Routine, Where Should Baby Nap, Troubleshooting Short Naps
     

  • Module 8:  Troubleshooting Tips - Reflux, Colic, Day and Night Confusion, Crying, 4 Month Sleep Regression
     

  • Module 9:  Baby Basics - Diapering 101, Urination & Bowel Movements, Bath Time Rules, Dressing your Newborn, Adjusting to Your New Life, When to Sleep Train

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The Newborn Course was EVERYTHING I needed and so much more. Alyssa was straightforward, clear and concise with all things newborns. I know what steps to take to help make those first months of life more predictable and enjoyable! This course gave me my sanity back. I really fear my son would be waking every 30 minutes if it hadn't been for the tools that The Newborn Course gave me. I recommend it to anyone and everyone!

 

GET NEWBORN SLEEP HELP
0-15 WEEKS

  • The Newborn Course

    95$
    Course only
    Valid for 6 months
    • Ages 0-15 weeks
    • 9 video modules
    • Safe sleep checklist
    • Downloadable content
    • BONUS Schedules Guide (4 - 36 months)
    • Six months unlimited course access
  • The Course + Phone

    170$
    The course + phone support
    Valid for 6 months
    • Ages 0-15 weeks
    • 9 video modules
    • Safe sleep checklist
    • Downloadable content
    • BONUS Schedules Guide (4 - 36 months)
    • Six months unlimited course access
    • One 30 minute phone consult ($95 value)
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WHAT YOU GET

  • A healthy sleep foundation for your newborn
     

  • A predictable daytime routine & schedule
     

  • No more day and night confusion 
     

  • A safe sleep environment
     

  • A happier and more well-rested newborn 
     

  • BONUS Schedules and Nap Transitions guide for 4-36 months

You can create a healthy sleep foundation today.


You don't have to wait until your newborn is 16 weeks old to start building a healthy sleep foundation - you can start as early as day one by implementing a consistent routine, a loose schedule based around feedings, and creating a healthy sleep environment. The comprehensive Newborn Course walks you through exactly how to do just that, so you don't have to spend one more night Googling, "Where should my baby sleep?" "Why is my baby awake all night?" or "Is it safe for baby to sleep in the car seat?"

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