Parents commonly express an overwhelming fear of nighttime tears and therefore avoid or put off implementing a structured sleep method. Many parents often feel persuaded to introduce sleep aids or participate in sleep interruptions because it’s easy and pleasant.
Families frequently express concern that their baby is feeling neglected or “wondering” why his parents aren’t frequently rocking or picking him up, etc. but this is scientifically not possible. Your baby’s brain has not yet developed that capability and therefore he does not have those “thoughts.” Any brief crying you may hear is simply the baby adapting and working through the frustration of learning how to fall asleep, a learned skill often confused with emotional crying.
Our evidence-based, proven system will minimize tears by clearing away the confusion and shortening the learning curve.
As a result of the AT Night We Sleep method, the entire family will feel a significant, positive shift at home. After a good night’s sleep, everyone will experience a stronger bond and will feel more energetic, happy and patient. The child will go to sleep happier and the parents will enjoy their quiet evening hours.