Split nights, early rising, and false starts are all covered in great detail as a part of this self-paced course.
In case you’re unsure if that’s what is happening in your house, here’s a quick explanation of each:
Split Nights: Your baby wakes up in the middle of the night and won’t resettle to sleep, despite your best efforts, for a couple of hours in the middle of the night. If this long wakeful period is happening 3-4 times a week for 3 or more weeks, you’re probably dealing with a split night.
Early Rising: Babies and Toddlers are generally earlier risers than we would be as adults but this course will cover how to address Early Rising before 6am. If your baby or toddler is waking up in the 4s or 5s, we’ve got you covered.
False Starts: It’s normal for babies and toddlers to wake at night, but if you find that your child is waking up within the first hour after bedtime or is waking up multiple times in the first few hours of the night, that’s a false start. We’ll take you through the possible causes and how to address them so you’re empowered to make changes to your little one’s sleep.