Your child started falling asleep faster and easier because you were putting them to sleep when they were really ready for it! Never getting too overtired or undertired.
You knew exactly how much sleep your child needs each day and night
You could create a flexible sleep schedule that works both for you and your baby
You stopped waiting for just sleepy cues, and had a plan of when to put your child down for their next nap
You started feeling more confident in the sleep decisions you were making for your child
This guide will allow you to stop googling wake window and sleep schedule ideas every month and start confidently making changes so that you know your baby is getting the sleep they need, when they need it!
Whether you’re planning to print it out and keep it in your nightstand or save it digitally on your phone or laptop, you’ll use it over and over again in the coming months so you can stress less, and get your baby sleeping more.
How to use wake windows to create a flexible schedule
When should bedtime be?
Next Steps to improving sleep
Sample Sleep Schedules by Age
Sleep Charts for 0-24 months
I created this guide as a simple resource for Moms looking to take the first step to improve sleep for their baby by mastering sleep schedules (or getting as close as you possibly can to mastering anything in motherhood)!
Yes - I’m a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant.
Yes - I’m a Mama, too.
Yes - I’m a former Elementary and Special Education teacher.
And YES - I have been where you are.
Sleep deprived. Overwhelmed. Unsure what to try next.