4-24 Months

Giving your little one the gift of sleep is one of the most beneficial things you can ever do for them. Good sleep helps your baby develop physically, emotionally, intellectually, and socially.

Having a happy, well-rested baby who falls asleep independently dramatically transforms the experience of motherhood.

Happier babies, happier mamas, happier marriages. Good sleep changes EVERYTHING.

With our proven method, we KNOW your baby will get better sleep. Try it risk-free today!

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Sleep Learning Essentials (4-24 Months) Video Course

Every Baby Can Get Better Sleep

In the 4-24 month video course, you learn four different proven approaches to teach your baby independent sleep skills. They are attachment-focused methods centered around parent and baby to arrive at healthy sleep. Since every baby is different and supports and strategies differ between babies, each of these methods can be tailored to fit the needs of you and your baby.

The goal of this course is to teach you the fundamentals of baby sleep and to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to teach your baby independent sleep skills. With gradual and accelerated approaches, you will learn how to tune into YOUR baby and use the strategies that will be most effective for your baby. Many parents see improvement in as little as two days!

Are you feeling overwhelmed with sleep deprivation?

Sleep deprivation takes a toll. You may have just accepted that you have a tiny baby, so you’ll be tired. That doesn’t have to be true! Being tired takes a toll on our mental well-being, and it takes a toll on our babies.

Moms who are sleep deprived are more likely to experience postpartum depression, anxiety and baby blues. Babies who aren’t getting enough rest are fussy and discontent. Both of those factors put a strain on your budding relationship with your little one, and deprive you of the joy you could otherwise be experiencing in motherhood.

Wherever you and your baby are at in your sleep journey, we can help! 

Every Baby Can Get Better Sleep

In the 4-24 month video course, you learn four different proven approaches to teach your baby independent sleep skills. They are attachment-focused methods centered around parent and baby to arrive at healthy sleep. Since every baby is different and supports and strategies differ between babies, each of these methods can be tailored to fit the needs of you and your baby.

The goal of this course is to teach you the fundamentals of baby sleep and to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to teach your baby independent sleep skills. With gradual and accelerated approaches, you will learn how to tune into YOUR baby and use the strategies that will be most effective for your baby. Many parents see improvement in as little as two days!

Are you feeling overwhelmed with sleep deprivation?

Sleep deprivation takes a toll. You may have just accepted that you have a tiny baby, so you’ll be tired. That doesn’t have to be true! Being tired takes a toll on our mental well-being, and it takes a toll on our babies.

Moms who are sleep deprived are more likely to experience postpartum depression, anxiety and baby blues. Babies who aren’t getting enough rest are fussy and discontent. Both of those factors put a strain on your budding relationship with your little one, and deprive you of the joy you could otherwise be experiencing in motherhood.

Wherever you and your baby are at in your sleep journey, we can help! 

Help Your Baby Sleep

Set the right foundation and start enjoying long stretches of sleep at night!

Bond With Your Baby

With less stress about a fussy baby, you’ll have more time to cherish your little one!

Love Motherhood

Feel confidence and peace of mind, so you can relax and enjoy every stage!

Check out these exciting stats about the video course!

Days, on Average, Until Baby is Falling Asleep Independently

Of people say Sleep Learning was easier than they expected

Hours per day on average is saved by parents that teach Sleep Learning

%

Of mamas would recommend this course to a friend.

What Moms Are Saying!

Okay, I am ecstatic!! Not only is our baby sleeping great now, but I swear your program helped him overall. He doesn’t scream in his car seat anymore, he’s calm and can do independent play, and he is just an overall happier baby! It’s been a night and day difference. The first few months of his life were SO hard, but now we feel like we have the energy to just enjoy and soak up every minute of our baby. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!

Carly

I got the course and learned SO much about sleep learning. I gained so much confidence in my ability to sleep train my baby. She did amazingly well with the sleep learning and it almost seemed like she was relieved to have consistency and for me to know her sleep cues and when she would be tired. She caught on so quickly and learned how to soothe herself and be calm and confident enough to sleep through the night. The course gave me knowledge and confidence so that I could teach her and have her have comfort and confidence in me and herself. 

Jacqueline

Okay, I am ecstatic!! Not only is our baby sleeping great now, but I swear your program helped him overall. He doesn’t scream in his car seat anymore, he’s calm and can do independent play, and he is just an overall happier baby! It’s been a night and day difference. The first few months of his life were SO hard, but now we feel like we have the energy to just enjoy and soak up every minute of our baby. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!

Carly

I got the course and learned SO much about sleep learning. I gained so much confidence in my ability to sleep train my baby. She did amazingly well with the sleep learning and it almost seemed like she was relieved to have consistency and for me to know her sleep cues and when she would be tired. She caught on so quickly and learned how to soothe herself and be calm and confident enough to sleep through the night. The course gave me knowledge and confidence so that I could teach her and have her have comfort and confidence in me and herself. 

Jacqueline

What to Expect

A library of 40 videos ranging from 5-25 minutes broken down into three main chapters:

  • Sleep Learning 101- a comprehensive analysis of what sleep learning is, why it’s important, and how to do it in a way that is tailored to you and your baby.
  • Sleep Tips by Age- understand unique nuances at every age and stage, from 4-24 months
  • FAQ- whether it’s help navigating sleep regressions, dropping naps, dealing with pacifier issues, dropping the swaddle, co-sleeping, daycare or twins, we’ve got extra resources for you in this robust FAQ section

You will learn four different sleep learning approaches so you feel empowered to find the best fit for your baby.

  • Accelerated approach (expect results in 2-7 days)
  • Modified Accelerated approach (expect results in 1-4 weeks)
  • Modified-Modified approach (expect results in 1-3 months)
  • Gradual approach (expect results in 6 weeks to 6 months)

Just like with any type of learning, our babies all have different learning needs and learning styles, so this course will teach you how to tailor all of these approaches to best fit your baby.

Our method will also help you learn to tune into your baby, read their cues and tailor or change your approach as you work WITH your baby to meet their needs.

You will also learn to tune into what teaching style makes the most sense for YOU

In addition to teaching your baby independent sleep skills, you will also learn about:

  • Lengthening naps
  • Dropping night wakings
  • Sleep tips by age
  • Evaluating the bigger picture for “tricky babies”
  • Dropping naps
  • Navigating Twins
  • Room sharing tips
  • Daycare tips
  • Co-Sleeping
  • Nightmare and Night Terror tips
  • and much more!

Video Course Curriculum

<strong>01</strong> Sleep Training 101
  • Introduction
  • What is Sleep Training and What it’s Not
  • Becoming a Critical Consumer of Information
  • Why Teach Independent Sleep Skills?
  • Attachment
  • When to Start?
  • How to Sleep Train: Introduction
  • Sleep Learning Phase I: Optimizing Schedules
  • Sleep Learning Phase II: Independent Sleep Initiation
  • Modified Cry it Out
  • Full Cry it Out
  • No Cry
  • Modified, Modified Cry it Out
  • Sleep Learning Phase III: Nap Lengthening
  • Sleep Learning Phase IV: Dropping Nighttime Awakenings
  • Sleep Log
  • Moving to a Clock-Based Schedule
  • Optimal Bedtime
  • Tricky Babies: Evaluating the Bigger Picture
<strong>01</strong> Sleep Learning 101
  • Introduction
  • What is Sleep Training and What it’s Not
  • Becoming a Critical Consumer of Information
  • Why Teach Independent Sleep Skills?
  • Attachment
  • When to Start?
  • How to Sleep Learn: Introduction
  • Sleep Learning Phase I: Optimizing Schedules
  • Sleep Learning Phase II: Independent Sleep Initiation
  • Modified Accelerated Approach (“Modified CIO”)
  • Accelerated Approach (“CIO”)
  • Gradual Approach (“No CIO”)
  • Modified Gradual Approach (“Modified-Modified”)
  • Sleep Learning Phase III: Nap Lengthening
  • Sleep Learning Phase IV: Dropping Nighttime Awakenings
  • Sleep Log
  • Moving to a Clock-Based Schedule
  • Optimal Bedtime
  • Tricky Babies: Evaluating the Bigger Picture
<strong>02</strong> What to Expect at Different Ages
  • Sleep by Age: Introduction
  • Sleep by Age: 4 to 5 Months
  • Sleep by Age: 6, 7, & 8 Months
  • Sleep by Age: 9 to 12 Months
  • Sleep by Age: 12 to 16 Months
  • Sleep by Age: 18 to 24 Months
<strong>03</strong> Frequently Asked Questions
  • Sleep Regressions and When to Expect Them
  • Sleep Learning with Twins
  • Sleep Learning with Older Babies
  • Dropping Naps
  • Pacifiers
  • Transitioning Out of a Swaddle
  • Sleep Learning with a Baby in Your Room
  • Siblings Sharing a Room
  • Daycare
  • Night Terrors and Nightmares
  • “Safe Sleep 7” for Co-sleeping
  • Feeding Before Sleep vs. Feeding to Sleep
  • Consistent yet Tuned In
  • Conclusion
<strong>04</strong> Situation Cards

These are 12 helpful cards that give you quick, easy tips to follow. For example, one situation card covers, “How do I move from wake windows to clock-based?”

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4-24 Months Guide Pack

A collection of easy-to-reference guides that are more robust and comprehensive than anything else on the market.

Each downloadable guide will give you in-depth explanations on how to conquer unique obstacles from 4 months to 2 years old.

Included in the 4-24 Months Guide Pack:

Get Your Sleep On- eBook

In this essential guide, you’ll get all the basics from the very best resources out there on baby sleep. You’re closer than you think to having a good night’s rest! -$14.99

Buy eBook

Buy Audiobook

Transitioning Out of a Swaddle

When you drop the swaddle, it can massively impact sleep. Keep the transition as smooth as possible with these expert tips.

Extending Wake-Up Time

If your baby or toddler is waking up before 6 am, that is too early! Despite how it may seem at the moment, you can actually make your kiddo wake up later. Spoiler! The solution isn’t a later bedtime.

Reflux and Tummy Troubles

If your new baby seems inconsolable at times, wakes up as soon as you lie him or her down or takes forever to settle to sleep, tummy troubles are the first thing to rule out!

Sleep Regression, Teething, and Illness

Sleep regression can seem to come out of nowhere, but if you’re prepared and can see the signs, they shouldn’t mess up your baby’s sleep for long! In this guide, you’ll learn when the sleep regression stages are and what to do when teething and sickness messes with your baby’s sleep.

Daycare

In this guide you’ll get a comprehensive break down of how to get your baby ready for sleep at daycare.

The Nap Intruder- How to Lengthen Crap Naps

Naps less than an hour are incomplete, but lots of babies nap for 45 min or less. We call that a “nap intruder” and this guide will show you how to push through it to get longer naps.

Stuck in Developmental Transitions

When baby is learning a new skill, sometimes he or she gets stuck in the transition before mastering it. If you’re wondering if you should intervene or not, this is the guide for you.

Pacifier Issues

In this guide, we’ll tackle how to know when the pacifier is creating problems and what to do about it.

Scheduling and Preventing Over-Tiredness

This guide will distill the basics on preventing over-tiredness and understanding your baby’s ideal schedule.

Sleep Train Your Babe in 14 Days

Think that it’ll take months to sleep train you baby? Give this guide a try and your child will be sleeping liking a baby should in only two weeks.

Bedtime Battles With Your Co-Sleeper

In this guide, you’ll learn how to reduce night awakenings, how to foster self-soothing, what you can do if baby will only sleep on top of you, and more!

Dropping Naps

Dropping naps is tricky, and there are a lot of sleep regressions that make you think that baby is ready for a nap drop when they’re not. In this guide you will learn when the optimal time is to drop naps, how to drop the nap, and how to recognize a sleep regression.

Siblings Sharing a Room

Room sharing can be tricky to do correctly. This guide will teach you a couple simple things to keep in mind for successful room sharing arrangements at different ages.

Transitioning from Co-Sleeping

If you have been co-sleeping but now you want to move away from it, this is the guide for you.

Traveling with Kids

This guide outlines the 5 biggest tricks to have your kiddos sleep well on your journey and while you’re away from home. You’ll thank us later.

How to Cut Down on Night Wakings

Take your nights back! This indispensable guide will walk you through what typical night waking should look like at each age and the 3 most common culprits that affect frequent night waking.

Sleep Training Issues with a Room-Sharer

This guide will give you some simple tips and tricks to sleep train, even when baby shares a room with you.

4-24 Months Guide Pack

A collection of easy-to-reference guides that are more robust and comprehensive than anything else on the market.

Each downloadable guide will give you in-depth explanations on how to conquer unique obstacles from 4 months to 2 years old.

Included in the 4-24 Months Guide Pack:

Get Your Sleep On- eBook

In this essential guide, you’ll get all the basics from the very best resources out there on baby sleep. You’re closer than you think to having a good night’s rest! -$14.99

Buy eBook

Buy Audiobook

Transitioning Out of a Swaddle

When you drop the swaddle, it can massively impact sleep. Keep the transition as smooth as possible with these expert tips.

Extending Wake-Up Time

If your baby or toddler is waking up before 6 am, that is too early! Despite how it may seem at the moment, you can actually make your kiddo wake up later. Spoiler! The solution isn’t a later bedtime.

Reflux and Tummy Troubles

If your new baby seems inconsolable at times, wakes up as soon as you lie him or her down or takes forever to settle to sleep, tummy troubles are the first thing to rule out!

Sleep Regression, Teething, and Illness

Sleep regression can seem to come out of nowhere, but if you’re prepared and can see the signs, they shouldn’t mess up your baby’s sleep for long! In this guide, you’ll learn when the sleep regression stages are and what to do when teething and sickness messes with your baby’s sleep.

Daycare

In this guide you’ll get a comprehensive break down of how to get your baby ready for sleep at daycare.

The Nap Intruder- How to Lengthen Crap Naps

Naps less than an hour are incomplete, but lots of babies nap for 45 min or less. We call that a “nap intruder” and this guide will show you how to push through it to get longer naps.

Stuck in Developmental Transitions

When baby is learning a new skill, sometimes he or she gets stuck in the transition before mastering it. If you’re wondering if you should intervene or not, this is the guide for you.

Pacifier Issues

In this guide, we’ll tackle how to know when the pacifier is creating problems and what to do about it.

Sleep Training Issues with a Room-Sharer

This guide will give you some simple tips and tricks to sleep train, even when baby shares a room with you.

Scheduling and Preventing Over-Tiredness

This guide will distill the basics on preventing over-tiredness and understanding your baby’s ideal schedule.

Sleep Train Your Babe in 14 Days

Think that it’ll take months to sleep train you baby? Give this guide a try and your child will be sleeping liking a baby should in only two weeks.

Bedtime Battles With Your Co-Sleeper

In this guide, you’ll learn how to reduce night awakenings, how to foster self-soothing, what you can do if baby will only sleep on top of you, and more!

Dropping Naps

Dropping naps is tricky, and there are a lot of sleep regressions that make you think that baby is ready for a nap drop when they’re not. In this guide you will learn when the optimal time is to drop naps, how to drop the nap, and how to recognize a sleep regression.

Siblings Sharing a Room

Room sharing can be tricky to do correctly. This guide will teach you a couple of simple things to keep in mind for successful room-sharing arrangements at different ages.

Transitioning from Co-Sleeping

If you have been co-sleeping but now you want to move away from it, this is the guide for you.

Traveling with Kids

This guide outlines the 5 biggest tricks to have your kiddos sleep well on your journey and while you’re away from home. You’ll thank us later.

How to Cut Down on Night Wakings

Take your nights back! This indispensable guide will walk you through what typical night waking should look like at each age and the 3 most common culprits that affect frequent night waking.

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Why The Peaceful Sleeper?

Giving your little one the gift of sleep is one of the most beneficial things you can ever do for them. Good sleep helps your baby develop physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially.  Having a well-rested, happy baby drastically transforms the experience of motherhood. Postpartum depression, anxiety, stress and overwhelm are significantly diminished allowing you to enjoy motherhood and your baby in a whole new way. Happier babies, happier mamas, happier marriages. Good sleep changes EVERYTHING.

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Reviews

23 reviews for 4-24 Months Basic Package

  1. Emma Cox (verified owner)

    My 9month old was at the point where he would consistently have crap naps and would wake up 2-3x between 10pm-8am and no matter how long I rocked him after he fell asleep, he would wake up and cry as soon as I put him back in his crib. I finally gave in and decided to sleep train and oh my goodness I wish we would have done it sooner! Within 2 days I noticed him falling asleep sooner & on his own during naps and sleeping THROUGH THE NIGHT!
    This course gave me the reassurance and knowledge I needed to stick with sleep training. My son went from crying almost 2hrs the first nap attempt and needing rocked to sleep, to NO TEARS and wanting to go into his crib for a nap by day 14!

  2. Ashley DaCosta (verified owner)

    I dragged my feet on sleep training, thinking my infant would just *get it* eventually. I gave in around 8 months and decided to purchase this resource. It is jam packed with helpful information and I am so grateful I went for it. My 8 month old was sleeping so much better (naps and bedtime) after only 1 week, now she’s a pro. I love this course because it provides you with so much information for a wide range of ages. So now I feel prepped for my daughter’s next developmental phases / ages and what to expect as well as how to plan. I will be using this every month and with my next children, no doubt.

  3. Felicia Brady (verified owner)

    I really love the videos and all of the bonus guides provided. Plus there are 4 options to sleep train since sleep training isn’t a one size fits all. Baby sleeps great at night and is already starting to lengthen her naps!

  4. Luna Miller (verified owner)

    Such a huge help for our family! Our 1st child was sleep trained with the help of The Peaceful Sleep instagram account (she was so easy and just loved sleep!) but our second child…. Was not. We needed help! Within a few days of getting this guide we had things back on track. It’s still had highs and lows! But the guide we used is continuing to help with our now 5 month old as he grows and hits different rough spots. It’s been a tremendous help, even for a family that thought we had already done sleep training before …

  5. Emily Leal

    This course has TRULY changed my life! Not only is my baby getting better sleep through the night, the whole family is. My son (now 9 months) has been sleeping through the night since 5 months old! The courses themselves are easy to follow and it’s like having Chrissy right there helping you along the way. I love how I can always go back to courses and learn more as my son grows.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does The Peaceful Sleeper method use CIO?

The Peaceful Sleeper methodology focuses on a supportive, tuned-in approach families can use to help their baby learn independent sleep skills. We focus on helping babies learn self-regulation and sleep independently by optimizing their schedule and scaling back our level of intervention in sleep initiation. How quickly a baby learns will depend on multiple factors like their learning style and how rapidly we scale back our intervention. While we may offer space for baby to attempt self-regulation, any timers that we suggest are fluid and we will always tune in to your baby to make sure they are in a state of productive learning. We will never encourage you to leave baby to cry for the sake of crying. If your baby is struggling to self-regulate, we will intervene to help them calm down, and then we can offer further opportunities to see if they reset to a place of productive learning.

If you are not comfortable with giving your baby any amount of time or space to attempt self-regulation, that’s totally fine! One of our approaches is a “no cry” approach. It is our most gradual approach, meaning you should expect the process to take longer, however it involves you physically being with your baby through the entire learning process. You learn all about this approach in the 4-24 month course!

Should I buy the course, the guide pack, or both?

Ultimately, the course and the guide pack are the perfect pair for everything you need to know about getting great newborn sleep (which is why they are bundled together and you save money by buying them together!) I highly recommend getting them both at the same time, as together, they are the most comprehensive and robust newborn sleep resources out there!

Can I buy the troubleshooting guides separately, or do I have to buy them altogether in the guide pack?

The troubleshooting guides are sold as a guide pack because they work together to give you comprehensive and robust answers to the most common questions and topics. You will also find that many of the guides pair well together, such as the “calming tricks” guide and the “pacifier issues” guide.

How do I access the course and guides after purchasing them?

After you have purchased the course(s) or guide pack(s), go to our homepage and click “login” in the top right corner. Once you enter your email address and password, there will be a menu on the left-hand side of the page. All of your guides will be under “my downloads” and the course(s) you purchase will be under “courses”.

What does “zone of proximal development” mean?

When we are referring to your child’s “zone of proximal development” we are talking about the space or distance between what they can do completely independently and what they can do with adult guidance and support. We don’t want to be teaching our children a skill that is “too easy” for them (one they can already do completely independently) and it’s not productive to try and teach our children a skill that is “too hard” (one they require adult guidance and support with). Optimal learning happens in the space between “too easy” and “too hard”; their zone of proximal development.

Can I use my HSA or FSA to pay for course(s), guide pack(s), and/or consultations?

Yes! You will likely need to get a letter of medical necessity signed by your healthcare provider. Click here for more information and a sample letter.

I’m not sure what product is best for me, can you help me choose?

Absolutely, we can! We have a super quick personalized quiz for you which takes less than a minute to complete and helps you determine which product and/or service is best for you!

How long will I have access to the course and guides?

Forever!! That’s right, once you purchase a course or guide pack, you have lifetime access to it!

What is the difference between this and other methods?

The Peaceful Sleeper method is about being supportive and tuned in as we help you optimize your baby’s sleep. Our method is science-based and fosters attachment. We take a holistic approach to work WITH you and your family, as we empower you with knowledge and confidence to be the expert on your baby. Your mental health and parenting values are extremely important to us which is why our method centers around an individualized and tailored approach to YOUR baby, as opposed to other methods with a more “one size fits all” approach.

Our courses and guides are also extremely comprehensive and robust, addressing topics such as mental health, nap lengthening, dropping naps, pacifiers, early morning wakings, night wakings, calming tricks, co-sleeping, traveling, daycare and so much more!

Is your 4-24 Month Course about “Sleep Training” or “Sleep Learning”, and what is the difference?

“Sleep learning” means teaching your baby independent sleep skills in a way that honors both of your learning styles. With sleep learning, we are meeting your baby where they are at (in their zone of proximal development) and then using a gradual release of responsibility to guide and support them to more independence as they are developmentally ready, at a pace that works for them. For some babies and children, a more accelerated pace works best and for others, a more gradual pace is best. The key to sleep learning is YOU learning to tune into your baby so you know how to best support and guide them. And we can help! 

In the 4-24 month course, you will learn that sleep learning is a collaborative growth process where you are working WITH your baby. You are laying the foundation for optimal sleep while honoring your parenting values and choices AND honoring the learning style and needs of your baby. 

“Sleep Training” has so many negative connotations associated with it, and it leads many parents to feel guilt and shame if they even consider wanting to “sleep train” their baby. And it is hard to define because so many people have defined it in so many different ways. 

This is why The Peaceful Sleeper is defining “sleep learning” as a method that simply means teaching your baby independent sleep skills in a way that works for both of you.

I’m not sure what product is best for me, can you help me choose?

Absolutely, we can! We have a super quick personalized quiz for you that takes less than a minute to complete and helps you determine which product and/or service is best for you!

Will my private Insurance cover course(s), guide pack(s), and/or consultations?

It depends on your country/state and insurance provider, however, we strongly recommend you contact them to inquire! You may need a letter of medical necessity signed by your healthcare provider. Click here for more information and a sample letter.

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