Who would have thought I could get my 29 month old out of our bed? Four days ago I was positive I would never have my husband to myself again. I owe it all to you.

Nikki M.



This morning was the first time Kat woke up in her own bed in a very long time. So, I owe you a big thank you, and I apologize for being so critical of your advice in my last email. I am happy to say that I was wrong. Thank you again.

Kat's Mom

Hello, I can begin coaching you whenever you are ready. However, before we start, I would like to "talk" a little bit.

Throughout my career, I have helped literally thousands of parents achieve a variety of child rearing milestones, including sibling peace, removing the pacifier or soother, potty training, sleep training, childhood anger management and many more.

Moms, Dads, Grandparents, even day-care operators have all taken opportunity to ask me "by the way" questions, and I have answered, and they have reported back with "thank you, it worked!"

The eBook available from this website is the result of "the best of the best" advice I have given as it relates to training a child to sleep. I reviewed all the sleep training advice I havegiven, reviewed parent's feedback, then combined it together into an easy-to-read sleep training guide.

If you are looking for something that digs into the nature of sleep then I fear you have come to the wrong place, and I wish you luck.

However, if you need your baby to sleep, if you are looking for parent-tested-and-approved methods of getting your child to sleep more than just 4-6 hours at night, if you are looking for somebody to answer an occasional "how do I" child-development question, if you are looking for that one person in a forum who has the right answer or advice for you, and you don't have time to digest a 200 page manual or do tons of busywork, then you have come to the right place.

Today, I would like to help you achieve a milestone that is weighing heavy on your mind:

I Can Teach You How To Train Your Child To Sleep The Recommended Amount Of Time, Day Or Night. Guaranteed.

As I've coached parents through their childrearing efforts, I've heard the complaints:

The effect of your child's lack of sleep or poor sleep routine ripples into other areas of your lives:

I've heard lots of the advice parents receive, too. Maybe you're working with one of these strategies:

Then there's the mistaken beliefs, falsehoods and misconceptions that will undermine your best efforts and keep you from achieving success. Listed below are several. Can you pick out the statements that aren't true?

Would it surprise you to know that taken at face value, they are all false? In certain circumstances, in certain situations, a couple can be true, but in general, they are all false. It will be harder for you to train your child to sleep if you don't have the facts and the proper context.

Some of the strategies referenced earlier can work. So, technically, you could end your search right now, and work with what you've got. But here's the deal. The biggest problem with walking away is that you won't have a coach; you won't have access to someone who has personally helped literally thousands of moms each year for many years; you won't have a step-by-step instruction book that explains how to put it all together and which sets the facts straight.

My eBook, coupled with personal 1-on-1 coaching, will give you the knowledge, training and support you need to make the following vision a reality:

My method and coaching isn't just for night time, but also addresses naptime. What good would a sleep training guide be if it didn't address naptime?

Secret #1:
Don't Be Your Own Worst Enemy

Of all the things you can do or of all the techniques for getting a child to sleep, there are really just three things you are directly responsible for that are keeping you and your child from getting the sleep each of you need.

Naturally, there are additional things that can be incorporated to make a complete package, and my eBook discusses how they are to be used in the context of the Big Three.

Your Efforts Must Target These Areas

Tantrums. How are you handling bed time tantrums? Do you find yourself giving in to your child to keep peace? Children cannot rule. Parents need to "parent" (the verb), which involves "winning", but more to the point, parents need to be nurturing, and certainly not at the expense of the relationship. My eBook will share ways in which you can "win" bedtime wars without abandoning the child or making the child lose "trust" in you.

Location. I'll teach you how to get your child to sleep in their own bed. Tired mothers often nurse the baby in bed with them during the night. I'll teach you how to transition the baby to their own bed. There is a bit of a window; keep the baby in bed with you for too many months, and the baby will think your bed is his or her bed.

Fussiness. If your baby is fussy, maybe he or she has a good reason to be fussy! There are several explanations for a child's fussiness. Getting a child to sleep is much easier when you can remove or address the root cause. I will teach you what to look for in several key areas (hint: it's not just teething, colic or hunger)

Bedtime Routines. Reading with your child is good, but it is really just a small part of the equation. I will teach you several additional things you should do that will encourage your child to sleep.

Isolation. Infants and newborns are less bothered by "being" alone rather than "feeling" alone. On the other hand, toddlers are very concerned with actually "being" alone. I will teach you how to handle both.

You. The number 1 obstacle to a child getting the right amount of sleep is the parent. Does this surprise you? It shouldn't. Parenting (the verb) often intersects with our additional pursuits and interests. We try to do it all. Far too often parents take shortcuts, or they let other parenting activities take them away from training their child how to sleep. I will help you focus your efforts.

You are amazing! Thank you for your book. I have to admit, I was skeptical when I purchased it and my husband was mad at me, but I didn't care, I needed to do something, the nights were killing me. Caiden finally goes to bed when he is supposed to.

Thank you thank you THANK YOU!!!
Michelle M.

I got the ebook, thank you. I had my doubts, but wow! I will definitely use your techniques with the next child we have. Do you offer advice for other childhood issues?

Roslinda P.

I am happy to report to you that Emily now naps for 3 hours every day, and still goes to bed at 7:30 every night. Your advice is spot on.

Emma D.

Yes, I have your guide. It was really helpful and addressed several questions my wife and I had. We learned what we were doing wrong. I think your advice about nap time was key for us. Our sleepless nights are a thing of the past and we are so happy!

Jarrett O.

Just a quick email. Daniel now sleeps through the night and I am a happy mother once again. Thank you so much. Let me know when you write another book or guide.

Becca C.

Thank you for your encouragement. I know I would not have been able to get Kage to sleep in his own bed without your support. I was at my wits end and you saved my sanity.

Makaylah P.

Who would have thought I could get my 29 month old out of our bed? Four days ago I was positive I would never have my husband to myself again. I owe it all to you.

Nikki M.

I told my son and daughter-in-law what you said, and when I heard from them yesterday, they said it worked. Thank you.

Jennette M.

This morning was the first time Kat woke up in her own bed in a very long time. So, I owe you a big thank you, and I apologize for being so critical of your advice in my last email. I am happy to say that I was wrong. Thank you again.

Kat's Mom

Hi. I am happy to report that naps and bedtime are getting better and better. I finally see light at the end of the tunnel. I'll let you know if I have any questions. Thank you

Lilly C.

I was skeptical about the first book I bought from you, but you proved me wrong.

Tammy B.

I just wanted to say that thanks to you, I have gone from not having any energy to do things with Erin to enjoying her childhood once again. Its like a cloud has been lifted.

Jaymie U.

I don't know if I should be happy or sad. I was really looking forward to possibly being on the supper nanny television program. But now that my kids sleep at night, I may not get to. Their nighttime terror escapades are now significantly subdued.

Ashlynne F.

Questions & Answers

"Do I Have To Buy Any Specialized Products?"

No, you do not have to buy any specialized products. My method will work with a regular crib, bassinet or bed.

"Does This Work On Stubborn Children?"

Absolutely. My method emphasizes love, so your stubborn child will not feel like they are being punished or that you hate them.

"Will This Be Stressful On My Child?"

No. If you follow my method this will be a positive experience for your child. My method does not employ any "brute-force" or harsh tactics or reprimands. It is very nurturing.

"Is Your Program The 'Cry It Out Alone' Program?"

No. My method and principles help you nurture your child.

I Can Start Coaching You Today!

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P.S. I am dedicated to helping you be successful, and I am dedicated to providing you with the best possible support. 3DaySleepTraining.com is the only website to offer personal one-on-one coaching in a helpdesk system. No other sleep training website offers this degree of support or dedication to help you succeed at sleep training.