Teach your baby to sleep on their own using gentle tried and true methods guaranteed to get results!

"I haven't gotten a full night's sleep in months."

"My baby wakes up multiple times a night."

"I am so tired I feel like I'm losing it."

"My baby will only sleep if someone is holding her."

"Coffee is the only reason I make it through the day."

...Sound familiar? 

You Are Not Alone!

There are millions of moms at their wits end with their baby's sleeping habits. That's the bad news. The good news is this... 

Babies were made to sleep.

 And even better, by putting a few key habits in place, they will sleep. I assure you. They will. How do I know this? 

Because I've had four babies with four different personalities who all slept well. And I'm no more of a supermom than you are. These habits and tools just plain work.

Think about this for a moment.... how much time have you spent this week worrying about or helping your baby to sleep?

In the last month?

In the last year?

Instead of taking an hour to put the baby to bed only to wake up hourly during the night then start your morning exhausted... why not peacefully teach your baby to sleep? 

And the icing? The better they sleep, the more they want to sleep. It is a win-win no-brainer. Both you and your baby can start getting a full night's rest and you can do it quicker than you might think.

With the basic course package you'll get:

  • 8 Units
  • 23 Videos
  • 25 Companion Printables
  • Lifetime Access

Colleen R. 

"Your course is AWESOME! I keep having aha!! moments. Following your advice, I have managed to get Mason to sleep in his crib both last night and for his first nap today! Thank you."

Beth A. 

Katie B.

Your course is amazing. As an infant and young toddler my son was a terrible sleeper - we've finally gotten into a good groove and he's great now, but I wish I had this course for when he was younger. I think your course is amazing and I learned a lot (and I've done a lot of research on this matter, so the fact that I learned this much was awesome!).

"I thought the concepts were easy to understand and apply to our nap time and bed time routines. My daughter is already sleeping better and I feel like we are more in tune to her sleepy time signals now :) 

If you complete my e-course and do not see consistent results within 30 days, send me an email describing why you are disappointed, and I will issue you a full refund. 

Money Back Guarantee...

You have nothing to lose but more sleep!

What age is the course for?

Can I get this on Google for free?

This course was designed specifically for babies ages 6 weeks to 2 years. Many of these principles will apply to your older toddlers and preschoolers as well, but there will be behavior issues that come into play with older children that do not apply with babies.

Are you a certified sleep consultant?

What age is the course for?

Nope. I'm a mother of 4 children (ages, 4, 3, 2, 1) who all sleep well and have done since birth. I've also read copious amounts of books and research. But I'm just a mom, just like you. .

The course itself can be done in as few as 2 hours. That said, you may want to read it over the course of a week or two to let the principles sink in. It is work at your own pace and if you are up rocking a crying baby at 3 a.m. you may devour it in one sitting.

This course was designed specifically for babies ages 6 weeks to 2 years. Many of these principles will apply to your older toddlers and preschoolers as well, but there will be behavior issues that come into play with older children that do not apply with babies.

How long will it take me to do this course?

Whether you are fundamentally opposed to cry-it-out or are considering it, this course will work for you. Many mothers sleep train their babies successfully without using any form of cry-it-out, even those babies that are extremely sleep resistant. You will only choose what strategies work for your own family and beliefs, nothing more nothing less.

Will your course work if I still co-sleep?

While there are a few different reasons a baby does not sleep well, there are some habits that - when used consistently - result in well-rested babies. Yours will be no exception. Babies were made to sleep, they just need to be shown how.

If you like to co-sleep then there is no reason for you to stop. If co-sleeping is the cause of your baby's bad sleeping habits, that may be a different story. Each child and family is different and you will be able to use the principles of this course no matter what type of sleeping arrangement you prefer.

Some of it. But I bet if you're here, you've already done your share of Googling and you want a more focused and comprehensive plan to teach your baby to sleep. That's what you'll get with my course, tried and true methods for good sleep habits all in one place.

Probably. If your baby has developed certain sleeping habits, there will be resistance to changes. Some babies will fuss very little, others more. But just because your baby cries does not mean you're doing something wrong, but that they are adjusting to new habits which will benefit them in the long-term.

Will my baby cry during sleep training?

How do I know this will work for me?

Does your method use cry-it-out?


Unit #8 - The Sleep Plan

You'll learn exactly what you need to expect as you begin to change your baby's habits and teach them to sleep. This will set the tone for future lessons. 

In this unit you'll learn the difference between sleep associations, sleep props, and how to get your baby to want to sleep. You'll learn how overtiredness and overstimulation affect sleep and how to prevent them. 

Unit #1 - What to Expect

In this unit you'll learn how sleep begets sleep, whether you can expect crying or fussing, how to utilize the "awake but drowsy" rule, and the differences between napping and nighttime sleep. 

Unit #2 - The Basics

This unit focuses on how often babies should nap, which nap is the most important, how to establish a napping wind down routine, tiredness indicators, and general naptime troubleshooting.

Unit #6 - Napping

Unit #3 - Sleep Fundamentals

In this unit you learn the basics of routine, the eat-play-sleep cycle, suggested sleep amounts, and how sleep cycles affect short naps and frequent wakings. 

Unit #7 - Nighttime Sleep

In this unit you'll learn just how much nighttime sleep is enough, how to utilize the bedtime snack and dream feed, the difference between hunger vs. overtiredness vs. habit, and general nighttime sleep troubleshooting. 

Unit #4 - Sleep Struggles

In this unit you'll learn how to set the scene for good naps and bedtime rest as well as how to transition a baby away from sleeping by you or with you to learning to go to sleep on their own.

Unit #5 - Setting the Scene

This unit focuses on helping you create a sleep plan personalized for your little one. 

About the Creator

Rachel writes for the popular motherhood and parenting blog A Mother Far from Home where she gives down to earth and practical parenting tips for mothers. From sleeping struggles to routine to coping with the exhaustion and stress of motherhood. She can be found most days wrangling her 4 children, ages 5, 4, 2, and 1.