Lately, I’ve been talking a lot about Dana Obleman’s Sleep Sense Program.
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.
Everyone is a winner
This post is part of a paid campaign with the Sleep Sense Program. All thoughts are my own.