I remember so well those sleepless nights with a new baby. I can recall that foggy feeling so vividly… the one where you are counting down the hours until you can close your eyelids, realizing you’ve still got at least six.
It’s overwhelming and never ending.
I adored so much those late night feedings but was so desperate to be able to get at least a few consecutive hours of sleep each night.
I was willing to try anything, do anything, buy anything.
And I did… all sorts of little gadgets and sound machines and rockers all to help my little one sleep. There is no telling how much I spent in total. (affiliate link included)
What finally worked? A sleep course that showed me exactly what to do, when to do it and how to do it. I lived and breathed it, putting everything they said in place and guess what? Five years later that baby still sleeps like a champ. Like a complete and total CHAMP.
The thing is, that course is no longer available, but there’s a new one. A better one. One that is guaranteed to get your baby to sleep or you’ll get every penny you spent back. And even better than that? The cost is only $49 anyway. Yeah, way less than all the money I spent on sleep gadgets.
It’s called Coos to Snooze and is written by someone I personally know (and personally trust) because this chick (her name is Rachel, by the way) has five kids under six and they all sleep! That’s called a hero in my book.
After you finish Coos to Snooze your baby will go to sleep by themselves, stay asleep, nap more and generally be less fussy because they are finally not over-tired.
And it has lifetime access! Which means you can use it for this baby and the one after that. Heck, who knows how many times you’ll need to refresh your memory.
One mom said,
“Your course is AWESOME! I keep having aha!! moments. Following your advice, I have managed to get Mason to sleep in his crib both last night and for his first nap today! Thank you.”
If you want to dip your toe in, unsure if you really need a sleep course (I’m going to bet you do, because in my opinion, we all do) you can sign up for the free video series showing you the three biggest sleep struggles and how to fix them.
No matter what you do, I hope you, your baby and your whole family can get a good night sleep tonight and every night.
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.