Antenatal Course: Newborn Sleep
Traditional antenatal courses focus primarily on birth and how to implement breastfeeding. This is of course important, but there is very little focus out there on the other crucial element of newborn babies - their sleep.
This online course has been written by sleep experts, educators and health professionals and is designed to give you all the knowledge you require to confidently respond to your baby's sleep needs in the first couple weeks of their life.
Unfortunately, many new babies will not simply fall asleep when they're tired! They can be affected by overtiredness and overstimulation very easily and in some cases, it can be a real struggle to get your baby to fall asleep!
When everyone is exhausted from the birth, make it easy on yourself by knowing how to help your baby settle and sleep in those early days.
This course includes information on your newborn baby's sleep development, settling strategies, winding techniques, how to set up the ideal sleeping space, tips for surviving night feeds, as well as valuable advice from other mothers who have been in your shoes. You're able to access the course at any time, coming back to it as often as you need to and of course you can save all the downloadable guides for future reference.
Completion of this course will mean you're empowered to do what's best for your baby sleep-wise, right from the get-go.
- Understanding Newborn Sleep Presentation
- Side Settling your Baby
- Winding your Baby
- Swaddling your Baby
- Setting up the Nursery
- Baby Sleep Product Guide
- Tips for Night Feeds
- Words from the Wise
- Your Newborn Baby's Day
After purchasing the course, you will be directed to our Little Ones™ Sleep Academy, where you will create a user login and have instant access to all the course material. Further information will be emailed to you within 15 minutes of purchase.
You will also gain immediate access to our exclusive Antenatal Village in our custom-built Baby Sleep App. This is a place you can connect with other mothers to ask questions, seek advice and support one another through pregnancy, birth and the first few weeks with your newborn baby.