Get your 4-month old to sleep | No effort Required

Today I’m about to show you how to get you 4-month-old to sleep 11 – 12 hours straight through the night.

Really, I am!

But first, I want you to do something for me.

I want you to take a moment and imagine a morning in the not-too-distant future.

(Like, less than a week from now.)I want you to imagine you’re lying in your bed. Your eyes flutter open… you yawn and stretch… and then it dawns on you:

It’s morning!

(Because we all wake up looking like this, right? lol)

Hey my name is Christina

I’ve been helped over 10,000 families achieve better sleep.

With trusted and internationally accredited advice, I’d love to improve the sleep of you and your family, so that everyone is happier, healthier and well rested.
To get started on better sleep, for FREE, Click Button below to instantly download your e-book “4 MONTH SLEEP REGRESSION Survival Guide

Important Reasons Why You Should Fix Your Child’s Sleep Problems Right Now

A good night’s sleep is vital for everyone… but it’s especially important for babies and children because of the rapid pace of brain development during those first few years. And the effects of children NOT getting enough sleep are pretty alarming! Here are just a few of the findings that have been recently published
  • Children who don’t sleep well have lower IQs than children who do. (Sleep Medicine. 2010 March 11)
  • Children who get less than 10.5 hours of sleep per night are significantly more likely to be obese. (Pediatrics. 2010 February 8)
  • Boys who don’t sleep well are at a significantly higher risk for hyperactivity. (Pediatrics. 2009 November 1)
  • Children who sleep less than 11 hours per night score lower on all kinds of school tests, including math and literacy. (SLEEP Abstract #0040 San Antonio, 2010.)
  • Babies who don’t sleep well at night consistently perform worse on tests designed to assess memory, emotional control, and organization. (Child Development. Nov/Dec 2010.)
In other words, if your child isn’t sleeping straight through the night, they’re not getting the sleep their brain and body requires to function optimally. That’s the bad news.

But Here's the Good News

It doesn’t have to be this way. I’m about to show you a system that will  get your 4 month old to sleeping through the night AND taking long, restful naps during the day. Click button below to get your book