“Sleep trainers” are a growing niche, helping parents get their young children to sleep. WNYT profiles a parent who found success with one such trainer.
“Much more rested, it’s a whole new change,” laughs Sarah.
Sarah says she has sleep consultant Ilissa Goman, of Binx Baby, to thank. Ilissa suggested some minor adjustments to help Logan sleep through the night, like room darkening shades and a vertical bumper. But progress was really made when Sarah shifted Baby Logan’s schedule. She began putting him down an hour earlier, at 6:45p. It may sound crazy but that’s when the eight month old who was waking 2-3 times a night started going longer stretches.