This post is sponsored by Little Ones. Thoughts and opinions are my own and based on my personal experience.
A few weeks ago I shared about a program we were reading on and how we planned on applying it to our family.
It has been a little less than a month and I have honestly read through it, watched the videos and joined their community. I get emails every two days or so, with very helpful tips.
Now, the million-dollar question? Is Cami sleeping by herself and in her room? Have we applied all the tips and fully completed the program?
She is not.
The first thing you learn in this program is to take your time. To make your child and yourself feel comfortable.
As a mom, you know your child best and I love that Little One emphasizes how different every baby and MOM are. They show the different methods that exist and go in-depth in every method. (Fed to sleep, rock or held method, co-sleeping method: a few of the choices)
So while we are taking our time to work on Camilla’s sleep, we are also implementing their tips starting on naptimes.
Before this program, Camilla had been in her crib maybe, 3 times. Now she is more aware of her crib, her sleep sack, and her own room.
Aside from the fact that I, as a mom need time, one of the reasons why we haven’t made the big change already is because the girls over at Little Ones are very explicit about the process. With the end of the year around the corner, I didn’t want to put Cami through the process and then change it completely the last few days of the year, and they were crazy indeed.
As we settle back into our routine we are making more changes, working on her sleeping schedule during the day and increasing her awake time 5 minutes at a time. I love that I have the upper hand on it all. As I follow their recommendations, it’s given me the time to learn as I teach her.
Little Ones set stages for every parent and are explained to the fullest. At the moment, while we work on our day routine, I am still able to rock at night while she learns during the day.
My one tip if you are interested in starting the program is to know it will take time. Time for both of you to settle your fears, and learn a new sleep routine. Yes, as parents, sleeping without your little one is also a learning process.
If your little one is younger or older there are various programs to pick from to fit your exact needs.
That being said, do I recommend it? YES, 100%.
Even if you are not ready or interested in a sleeping program, it has so much information and tips for every parent out there.
I will follow up with you guys in the next couple of weeks and let you know the results, but if you are interested in signing up please click the link below and send me an email. The best part of this program is the mommy village! Come join us!