Just because your baby is 4 months, doesn’t necessarily mean they’re ready for solids. Check for developmental signs of readiness and remember that breastmilk or formula is still their only true source of nutrition until 12 months.
Ensure the following items are resolved before starting sleep learning:
Both and you are completely physically healthy (please consult with appropriate medical professionals if they has reflux or other medical concerns).
is not cutting a tooth through the gum.
The "wow factor" of a new developmental milestone - and any separation anxiety that's cropped up with it - has calmed down.
There aren't other big changes going on in your lives, such as a move or a family loss.
The primary caregiver hasn’t recently returned to work, or isn’t about to return to work, as you’ll need time to adjust to this change first.
You can completely clear your schedule for a week or two - both night and day - so you can laser-focus on supporting ’s learning process (unless they is at daycare during the day - in which case we'll guide you specifically on how to work on naps at daycare).
If you are breastfeeding and you have concerns about your milk supply, it’s best to work with your pediatrician or lactation consultant to increase your supply during the day before starting a sleep program and weaning at night.
Please enter your baby’s complete birth date (month, day, and year).