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On the following pages, Baby Love 'graduate' families share their stories of encouragement and success with you. These families have personally experienced the negative implications of sleep deprivation and they have personally implemented our sleep training and are now reaping the benefits of well rested nights which results in a happy family!

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Tait Solomon (13 months)

Tait Solomon (13 months)

Hi there, Jacqui

I wanted to follow up with you and let you know that the sleep training has gone so well. It really has exceeded our expectations.

We began on Thursday night last week as we had discussed. We put Tait to bed at 6pm and she woke up at 22h30 like she usually does for a bottle. I waited out the 15 minutes of crying and went into her room, gave her her dummy, told her I loved her and gave her a kiss but told her it was dudu time and to go to sleep. She went right back to sleep after putting on her lullaby seahorse and only woke up again at 03h30 as normal. She didn't even cry; she had a little whine and moan for 3 minutes and put herself straight back to sleep until 6am. The same thing happened on Friday night although I didn't have to go through to tell her to dudu as she only cried for 7 minutes at 22h30.

Every now and again we still hear her having a little moan which lasts for maybe one minute but otherwise we have left her to sleep through the night and we have had 4 nights of consecutive sleep.

She is definitely teething again but we are managing to deal with the symptoms and are giving her a little bit of muti before bedtime to ease the pain. This only started on Monday. Last night at 01h25 I had to go in and put some Prodol on her dummy because I could hear that she was in pain but as soon as I put the dummy back in her mouth, she went straight back to sleep. I hope that this is OK and that we can continue in this vein whilst she's teething?

We are so grateful for your assistance and I have been telling a colleague of mine about the change in Tait's personality and temperament. It's astounding. She's a happy and contented little thing now who just amazes us with how astute she is.

Thank you kindly.


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