Unlock Your Baby’s Sleep Through Objective Science

Dr. Laura Gainche, PhD

What you will learn:

  • Do babies don’t sleep enough?
  • Is there a perfect schedule?
  • Circadian rhythm development and day and night awareness
  • Can babies learn to sleep alone in a week?
  • What you need to know about drowsy but awake


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Baby Sleep Science Crash course: Guide and Workbook

A complete online guide with more than 30 pages to help navigate and understand your baby’s sleep through science and attachment. You will also learn how to debunk some popular social media baby sleep «evidence».

Focusing on birth to ~2 years of age, this guide and workbook compiles data and helps you understand your unique baby. The evidence will help you navigate the struggles of your baby, create your own sleep plan, gain confidence so that none of the outside noise will make you doubt ever again.

The guide can be used online or printed at home, depending on your preference.

$34.95 Value

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