• Cue Based Methods

These involve offering support to your child and gradually and gently changing the interaction to facilitate a lower soothing process however the child is always responded to. Trading Down Sleep associations: This method comes from Isis parenting. With this technique parents are able to offer comfort and support to their child during the whole process…. Read more »

• Sleep Onset Association

Babies who are comforted or fed to sleep (or to a very drowsy state), will usually need that same support in the middle of the night to get back to sleep. If you have a practice of comforting your baby to sleep that is working for you, then you don’t need to worry about changing… Read more »

• No-Cry and Low-Cry Sleep Methods

Feed Reduction Techniques: Based on the idea that reducing feeds will also reduce night wakings Since many babies do wake up because they need to eat in the night, it may be possible to shift some of their calorie intake to the daytime which can improve night sleep. Keep in mind that if your baby… Read more »