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Choose Your Sleep Training Method

Easy – Think surfer dude, they have no trouble taking the craziness of the world in stride

Challenging – Their personalities are too big for them to handle. Parents often nickname these kiddo’s “Little Miss Must have”, “Sassy Girl” or “Big Boss Baby”

Sensitive – Very perceptive but fragile. A ringing phone startles them or they may occasionally look away when you get too close because you’re invading their space, not because they don’t love you.

Intense – Personality between passion and explosion. Instead of taking a little distress in stride a small spark of distress is like dynamite for them. Once they’re wailing, stopping the upset may be hard, even when they get what they want.

Note: The earliest we sleep train is 16 weeks from your estimated due date based on sleep maturity. If your baby is under 16 weeks schedule our newborn sleep package and buy the book in preparation to start training.

Dream Baby Nights: A Quick Guide to Check and Console

Give your baby the freedom to learn how to self-soothe and fall asleep on her own by stepping away for increasing amounts of time each night and returning at specific intervals, as needed, to comfort and console her. This extremely effective approach, also known as “controlled crying,” is the most popular method used by Dream Baby Sleep® clients.

  • Age: 4 months to 4 years old
  • Cry Tolerance: Low to medium; Medium to high
  • Temperament: Easy, Challenging, Sensitive, Intense

Note: The earliest we sleep train is 16 weeks from your estimated due date based on sleep maturity. If your baby is under 16 weeks schedule our newborn sleep package and buy the book in preparation to start training.

Dream Baby Nights: A Quick Guide to Pick up Put Down

Help your baby learn to soothe herself to sleep while you provide loving direction every step of the way—picking her up as soon as she starts crying, calming her, and placing her back in the crib, drowsy but awake. If you have a very low tolerance for hearing your baby cry, or are transitioning away from co-sleeping or rocking, feeding or bouncing your baby to sleep, this method offers a very hands-on, gradual approach.

  • Age: 4 months to 12 months old
  • Cry Tolerance: No to low; Low to medium
  • Temperament: Easy, Challenging, Sensitive

Note: The earliest we sleep train is 16 weeks from your estimated due date based on sleep maturity. If your baby is under 16 weeks schedule our newborn sleep package and buy the book in preparation to start training.

Dream Baby Nights: A Quick Guide to Chair Method

Provide a calming presence by remaining seated in a chair near your child’s crib or bed and gradually moving farther away each night until you’re out the door. If you are concerned about your child experiencing separation anxiety, your child has never fallen asleep without you being nearby, you’re transitioning your baby to a crib or her own room and don’t want her to be alone, or you have a toddler who insists on having you in the room while she falls asleep, this method enables you to be close by while helping your child learn how to fall asleep on her own.

  • Age: 4 months to 4 years old
  • Cry Tolerance: Low to medium; Medium to high
  • Temperament: Easy, Sensitive

Note: The earliest we sleep train is 16 weeks from your estimated due date based on sleep maturity. If your baby is under 16 weeks schedule our newborn sleep package and buy the book in preparation to start training.

Dream Baby Nights: A Quick Guide to Silent Return

Train your toddler who is walking and no longer in a crib to fall asleep independently and stay in bed all night long by consistently and silently guiding her back to her sleep space when she leaves it. This method is effective if your child gets out of her sleep space at bedtime, throughout the night, or early in the morning; has become used to coming into your bed during the night and you want her to stay in her own sleep space; or requires you to lie with her, hold her hand, or stay in her room until she falls asleep.

  • Age: 24 months to 4 years old (any child who is walking and not in a crib)
  • Cry Tolerance: Low to medium; Medium to high
  • Temperament: Easy, Challenging, Sensitive, Intense

Note: The earliest we sleep train is 16 weeks from your estimated due date based on sleep maturity. If your baby is under 16 weeks schedule our newborn sleep package and buy the book in preparation to start training.