The Happy Sleeper class for babies 4-24 months, plus email support
The gentle AND effective baby sleep approach.
Watch The Happy Sleeper class, then have access to Julie and Heather for follow up emails!
Follow ups: After watching the class, you will have the ability to email with Julie and Heather to tailor the techniques to your baby. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (we will already have your enrollment information), let us know you're a class participant, and ask your follow up questions so we can personalize the approach to your family. Julie and Heather will respond within 24 hours. Limit 2 emails.
About the class: Join us for this super informative and practical instructional video class for parents of babies 4-24 months. This 1 hour class is taught by the authors of the popular baby sleep book, The Happy Sleeper, The Science-Backed Guide to Helping Your Baby Get a Good Night’s Sleep (Penguin Random House, 2014). The class is a video version of the in-person workshop given by Julie Wright and Heather Turgeon around the Los Angeles area and beyond. In this class, Wright and Turgeon review the top sleep "mistakes," talk about The Sleep Wave technique, and troubleshoot sleep questions. Make sure to read the "Supplemental Tool -- Class notes" as well.
The Happy Sleeper teaches a middle-ground approach to sleep that is gentle AND effective. With this technique, babies feel safe and responded to, while also having space to practice their self-soothing skills and sleep through the night. This class will walk you through,
- Bedtime routines and falling asleep independently
- Night wakings
- Maintaining breastfeeding and good sleep
- Short naps, irregular schedules
- Early rising
The strategies in this class are recommended for babies 5 months and older and in some cases can be applied for babies 4-5 months. Many parents with younger babies (and even expecting parents) like to watch and learn what's coming next!
*The material covered in this class mirrors the techniques in The Happy Sleeper book. The content of the class does not go beyond the scope of the book (which is a 300-page comprehensive guide!) Many parents do find it helpful, however, to have the book as a resource and also watch the class to see the authors review and explain the material.
Learn more about The Happy Sleeper at www.thehappysleeper.com and join thousands of other relieved, well rested, and happy moms and dads.