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Co-sleeping to Independent Sleep: Strategies for Success!

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Co-sleeping to Independent Sleep: Strategies for Success!

As a board-certified pediatrician in the U.S., the recommendations are usually independent sleep for a baby. But I know firsthand that many families do co-sleep and, at some point, want to transition their baby out of co-sleeping. I welcome Ashley Olson, a certified pediatric sleep consultant and founder of @heavensentsleep.

 

We discuss:

  • The biggest mistake parents make when going from co-sleeping to independent sleep
  • What “habit-stacking” is and how to implement
  • What parents may struggle with when transitioning to an independent sleep space and how to approach

 

Connect with Ashley on Instagram @heavensentsleep, and check out her website for more resources.

 

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