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Chances are, if your baby hasn’t been sleeping through the night, your heart may have skipped a beat with hope and anticipation as you read the title of this week’s episode. It may seem like your baby will never sleep through the night, however it is possible to sleep-train your baby to do so. Babies need a good sleep rhythm, and so do parents. Lack of sleep is one of the biggest factors keeping parents from parenting well. If we could parent from a rested state, we would parent so much better than we do from a place of fatigue. When babies sleep through the night, parents too can get proper rest, and as a result can experience more positive moods and have more patience and energy to spend with their children. Join Dr. Meeker as she shares how you can train your baby to sleep through the night in less than a week! The rewards will be amazing!
Dr. Meeker welcomes listeners to the podcast and introduces the topic of the episode: How to Get Your Baby to Sleep Through the Night in 7 Days or Less.
DR MEG (PART 1)
Dr. Meg jumps right in by discussing the importance of getting adequate sleep – and how parents can sleep-train their baby from an early age to sleep through the night – not only for their baby’s sake, but also for their own.
DR MEG (PART 2)
Dr. Meg shares her expertise, wisdom and insight on the benefits and how-to’s of sleep training your baby to sleep through the night.
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