Newborn babies are born without any sleep skills and are unable to identify the difference between day and night. Due to this, many parents struggle to align a newborn's sleep cycle.
Newborn babies are adjusting to their world and new surroundings. It will take time for them to develop any kind of sleep pattern. Our Newborn Sleep Series will give you tons of tips and guidance on how to mould healthy sleep alongside your babies biological development.
This program will help you gain the skills and knowledge to meet your baby’s developmental and emotional pace. Supporting them in how to self-settle & sleep according to their individual needs and capabilities. You will learn how to respond and understand their sleep based on what they are showing you.
Of course! There is a wonderful private Facebook page called the Sleep Series Community. Once you have purchased a program you can request access to this page to gain expert lead support on your sleep journey with your little one.
Programs available are suitable from birth right through to preschool. You will need to choose a program that is appropriate to your child’s age range. For example the 4-6 months program would be most suitable for a 4.5 month old and the 9-18 month program would be best for an 9.5 month old.
Our bodies thrive on routine. However, we all need a break from them at times right? When you first start working through the programs establishing pattern around sleeping and feeding will be recommended however this is communicated through understand sleep so that you can have flexibility around it too. No one wants to be stuck to their house all the time so by understanding sleep and how to be flexible with it you will be able to get out and about where necessary. You will develop a flexible schedule with your child that will support their needs and allow you all to thrive as a family unit.
Yes, they are. Once the reflux is being addressed, controlled and under the supervision of a medical professional you can use the programs to work on sleep.
Each child's response to changes around their sleep will be individual and different. Very often when change is made little ones will be frustrated and they will express this frustration through crying. Understanding their frustration will be an important part of your steps forward. The Sleep Series gives you choice around how you respond to and handle their frustration and tears. This choice comes in the form of 5 different methods - no parental involvement, moderate parental involvement, and high parental involvement. We believe parents should respect their parenting style while achieving their family sleep goals and one size does not fit all families.
Immediately after purchase you can access your program via your confirmation email that will have been sent to the email address provided by you at purchase. If you do not receive this email please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check out any issues! After that you will be able to access your program via our website www.babogue.com
Yes, yes, yes! Breastfed babies are capable of sleeping very well! There is an entire section in each program that looks at the capabilities of breastfed babies from a sleep perspective. The program is realistic in terms of expectations around baby sleep. You will be encouraged to work on the disassociation of feeding from sleep however your breastfeeding journey is your own and is very much respected.
No, your access is not limited. You can stop, start and revisit your program at any time!
If you’d like to continue to co-sleep you can certainly still use our Sleep Series programs to help you with organising naps and establishing a routine. If you’d like to get your baby sleeping independently, then the Sleep Series can help with establishing that.
The majority of families that reach out to Babogue have little ones that are not self-settling. The program helps families establish that, once age appropriate, alongside a host of other important factors that support healthy sleep for little ones. We offer a choice of 5 different ways for parents to work on this on this – very much respecting individual parenting styles.