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We're just over two weeks into using your plan for helping our son settle to sleep at night without having an adult in the room with him. It's worked from day one - and I really wasn't expecting it to.
We've tried so many different things over the years, but without success. We definitely fall on the gentle parenting side of the spectrum, so anything that would be distressing to him was a definite no.
I talked to him the first day, using your guidelines, and we've proceeded with the plan exactly as laid out. We've had a 100% success rate, even with different people putting him to bed, and a bout of illness for him thrown in.
(Liz, mom of five)
How different would your evenings be if your child could go sleep happily without needing you in the room?
Without you in the room, your child just won't go to sleep. Crying, getting out of bed - the whole nine yards. So you lie in the dark next to them for however long it takes until they finally go to sleep.
You don't mind because it's better than letting them cry - but you feel like they could be going to sleep without you by now. It's just how to make that happen.
And what about you? Where does your evening go?
Sure, your child goes to sleep happy but you lose time to yourself, time for reconnecting with your partner - who's sitting on the sofa waiting for you and checking their watch repeatedly, wondering what's happened. But it's kind of obvious that you've fallen asleep again. It's pretty frustrating.
If this sounds like you, this plan is going to show you exactly how to make that change - how to get to the point where your child can go to sleep alone and is okay with that.
You're going to turn your child into an independent sleeper without crying - in a few easy steps.
Detailed steps to support your little one through the change to independent bedtimes.
For nights when nothing seems to work - and for making progress and dealing with setbacks.
Confidence in the plan - and confidence in your own ability to get your child sleeping better.
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