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What to Expect When You’re... Home from the Hospital

November 20, 2018

Expectant parents are often inundated with advice—solicited or otherwise—about what life with a new baby will be like, and sleep is no exception. “Sleep when the baby sleeps,” “newborns sleep all day,” and “you’ll never get a good night’s sleep again” are just a few of the things you might hear. And yet very little of this advice actually helps you understand your new baby’s sleep habits or recognize how much of it is “normal” (or not). New parents have a lot of things on their minds as it is, and stressing about sleep doesn’t have to be one of them. That’s why we’re offering this FREE webinar on Coming Home from the Hospital: The First Weeks as a crash course in everything you need to know about the science of newborn sleep, what to expect and how to set your baby up for sleep success. 

 

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Presented by Jane Kooy, RN, BSN, a Labor and Delivery nurse who cares for newborns and new parents every day, this 30-minute video will guide you through the sleep basics of those first few weeks at home, including:

  • How the science behind newborn sleep makes a predictable schedule unlikely
     

  • The importance of managing expectations and preventing sleep problems in babies younger than four months old
     

  • How to create the optimal sleep environment for your baby
     

  • Tips for creating a bedtime routine that will ease your little one’s transition from awake to asleep

 

At Baby Sleep Science, we truly believe that knowledge is power, and we hope that knowing what to expect from your baby’s sleep will help you adjust to the newborn phase, whether it’s your first baby or your fifth. For lots more baby sleep topics, check out our other webinars and our extensive resource blog. If you need more personalized help with your little one’s sleep, we’re always available for a one-on-one consult.

 

 

Additional Resources:

Newborns and Sleep, Part 1—The First Six Weeks

Newborns and Sleep, Part 2—Weeks 7–16

Important Sleep Basics All Parents, Pediatricians and Caregivers Should Know

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