Congratulations! You’ve made it through the first few months of little sleep, early morning feedings, and late-night cuddles with your adorable newborn. Now it’s almost time to get baby to sleep through the night — a big transition for every parent, and one that’s different for every family.
We collaborated with baby sleep coach Dr. Sarah Mitchell to provide you with the best tips to prepare your loved one for this gentle transition. Dr. Mitchell began working as a sleep coach in 2013 with the goal of educating parents on age-appropriate sleep needs and safety tips.
As a mom herself, Dr. Mitchell understands that being a parent is a labor of love and passion. What started her dive into baby sleep coaching was her own son’s trouble falling and staying asleep, as he would wake up every two hours for months. Dr. Mitchell took her healthcare background and grew her academic knowledge on child sleep to help many babies (and parents!) get a full night’s sleep.