MYTH SLEEP TRAINING MEANS GETTING RID OF NIGHT FEEDINGS, POTENTIALLY DEPRIVING YOUR CHILD OF FOOD

EPISODE 7 OF THE AFTER THE STORK PODCAST


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In this episode I discuss into the misconception that sleep training means getting rid of all night feedings, potentially depriving a child of food. I also dive into the realistic expectations to set for night feedings and sleep, what to consider when making the decision to keep or remove night feedings, and the steps for how to go about sleep training if keeping night feedings.


Here is a brief look at those steps.


STEP 1: DISCUSS NIGHT FEEDINGS WITH YOUR INFANT'S PEDIATRICIAN


STEP 2: LOG YOUR INFANT'S FEEDINGS FOR 3-5 DAYS


STEP 3: ANALYZE THE LOG TO FIND THREE IMPORTANT PIECES OF INFORMATION


STEP 4: CREATE NIGHT FEEDING GUIDELINES FOR YOUR SLEEP PLAN


If you are someone who is considering the dropping of night feedings, this episode is also valuable for you. But you will want to also listen to the next episode as I discuss how to go about dropping night feedings if your child is ready and you desire to do so.


LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE


> Episode 2: Healthy Sleep, CATRing to Your Child's Age


> Episode 3: MYTH Sleep Training is Choosing a Sleep Training Method


> Sleep Training with Night Feedings Guide & Template

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