Sleep Sense Program Giveaway

by Lolli

Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about Dana Obleman’s Sleep Sense Program.

We’ve gone over an overview of the Sleep Sense Program, had Dana answer some of our reader’s own sleep questions, and discussed resources for child sleep issues.

Like so many other things (cute maternity clothes, fashionable diaper bags, and baby food that mom doesn’t have to spoon-feed to baby to name a few), I so wish that I’d had the Sleep Sense Program when my kids were babies and toddlers.

In addition to the entire Sleep Sense Program with answers to your most pressing questions about getting your child to go to sleep and stay asleep, Dana has included a 49-page workbook, the video resource library, the “Sleep Sense Hotline” access, and the Sleep Tracker. It really is a wealth of knowledge all about your child’s sleep habits.

And guess what?

We’re giving away THREE Sleep Sense Programs!

All you have to do to be entered to win is to leave a comment below with a question OR tip related to children and sleep.

This giveaway will end February 11th and 3 winners will be chosen using and announced on Sunday in Around The Blogosphere. Please see our site’s terms and conditions for more information.


Everyone is a winner

Free customized sleep assessment: Dana Obleman has offered all 5 Minutes for Mom readers a free sleep assessment for their children. All you have to do is go to


Written by 5 Minutes for Mom managing editor, Lolli. You can find me blogging at Better in Bulk and tweeting at @1momof5.

This post is part of a paid campaign with the Sleep Sense Program. All thoughts are my own.

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Lolli is a busy mother of five kids, ranging in age from 8 to 16, photographer, and author of Better in Bulk. Her blog has a little bit of everything – parenting, life in a large family and photography with a central tie-in: Bringing moms together to learn, connect, and enjoy life. Connect with Lolli on Twitter (@1momof5) and on Facebook.

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{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Dominique February 3, 2012 at 12:23 am

I would like to know how to get my 16mth old to remain asleep through the night without nursing as she wakes like 2-3 times nightly.


2 tennille February 3, 2012 at 12:25 am

Just wanting to instill good sleep habits in my 3 year old and 3 month old. And is it ok to use white noise?


3 Debbie Kennedy February 3, 2012 at 8:29 am

My 3year old (almost 4yrs old) still crawls into our bed every night. I’m such a sound sleeper I don’t even notice that she’s there! How can I get her to stay in her own bed for the whole night? Thanks


4 Jill February 4, 2012 at 5:52 pm

The issue we are having is getting our 4 year old to go to sleep at night. He fights it by staying awake for hours after we put him down.


5 Jessica T February 4, 2012 at 11:47 pm

I just learned at a conference last night that Ferber made a public apology and recanted his “Ferber Method”. . . but people still use it!


6 Kristi p February 5, 2012 at 9:54 am

We find that when our daughter sleeps in later she also will take a much better nap and be happier during the day. What we can’t figure out though is how to make sure that she gets the extra sleep. Our routine is the same every day.


7 Elizabeth B February 5, 2012 at 3:53 pm

My 18-month old toddler has slept so well in her crib and she now plays quietly when she wakes. But I am expecting baby #2 any day now and am terrified of putting my toddler in a bed because I’m worried I’ll have TWO babies keeping me up at night. When is the best time to switch her? (The new baby will be on our room for at least 3 months, then we’ll have to put her in our toddler’s room.)


8 tamra childers February 7, 2012 at 5:06 pm

if you let a child 17mths in bed with you about once a week are they going to end up in bed with you every night eventually?


9 Christine February 7, 2012 at 11:13 pm

My baby keeps me up at night. I need help.
Thanks for the chance!


10 Michelle ( February 8, 2012 at 10:27 am

I wonder what is best for kids in the AM. Time to wake up? Bright light? Eat right away?


11 Mia Dentice Carey February 8, 2012 at 11:51 pm

Does she cover night terrors???????
I could REALLY use some help with regard to my son’s episodes =(


12 Alison S. February 9, 2012 at 6:55 pm

My two year old slept 12 hours through the night until I started solid foods around 7 months. Then it took until around 2 years old for him to sleep through the night regularly again. Now I have a 5 month old that does not sleep through the night but I would love to teach him to!


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