Refund Policy

Thank you for your purchase from Little Ones

As per the information in your Sleep Program, it can take a while for some babies to consolidate their sleep and for you to see improvements, especially if your baby has very ingrained sleep habits and/or the Program is very different to what you had previously been doing with your baby. There is no miracle overnight fix when it comes to a baby’s sleep unfortunately!


No refunds will be given on any subscription plan, however you are able to cancel your plan at any time. Please refer to the Terms & Conditions to find out how to do this.  

Individual Sleep Program Refunds (Grandfathered Product):

If you are not entirely satisfied with our Programs, refunds will be made under the following conditions:

  1. 1. You have trialled the Program you purchased for at least 4 weeks
  2. 2. You are a member of our support group
  3. 3. You have been troubleshooting with a consultant and working towards a solution in the last 7 days
  4. 4. You purchased the Sleep Program no more than three months ago
  5. 5. Your baby isn’t older than the end age of the Program you purchased (ie, if you purchased the 3-12 Month Program, you cannot seek a refund if your baby is over 12 months).

If you have followed the Program as advised and are not satisfied that you have seen any improvement in your baby’s sleep, a full refund will be made on the Newborn, Baby, Older Baby & Toddler Programs. Refunds will be made to your credit card (or original payment method) within 2 working days of the refund being approved. 

Exchanges will be made where you have accidentally or inadvertently purchased the incorrect product or service and would like to exchange it for a different one. Where appropriate, a refund will be given if the exchange amounts differ.

Please contact us at if you would like to discuss a refund or exchange.  

Individual Nutrition Program Refunds (Grandfathered Product):

No refunds will be given on the Nutrition Programs as there are far too many variables when it comes to nutrition and a child’s eating habits and preferences to accurately measure the “success” of the information and advice given.