Does your baby need to be rocked to sleep by you — or wake up in the middle of the night demanding a breast, bottle or cuddle before drifting back to sleep? If your little one is at least six weeks old, it may be time to start sleep training.
By that age, babies can — and should — be able to fall asleep or fall back to sleep on their own by self-soothing.
If you’re dreading sleep training, know that it’s often accomplished faster than many parents imagine, and it doesn’t necessarily even have to involve lots of tears. Here’s how and when to start sleep training your baby to help everyone get a good night’s sleep.
Kitt is a professional sleep trainer, graduated with a BA in Psychology (including child psychology) from United States International University in 2012. Completed ‘The Gentle Sleep’ sleep training course by Babyem in 2017. Kitt is mainly self taught in this industry. In 3 years, she has trained over 200 families, with children ranging from 3 days old to 4 years old, including 3 sets of twins. Her methods are gentle, intuitive and from a Kenyan perspective. Even though she has clients all over the world.