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Success Stories

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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Norbert, Chantell & Jessica (3 months)

Norbert, Chantell & Jessica (3 months)

Dear parent / expectant parent,

In 2005 my husband and I decided to start trying for a family and I was very blessed to fall pregnant almost immediately. What an exciting time! My husband and I were both over the moon, and nothing can describe the joy I felt. I had a relatively easy pregnancy and was very confident in my birth plan which I had discussed at length with my midwives. I had also attended ante-natal classes and read every piece of literature I could get my hands on, and I can honestly say that the day my waters broke and my baby was born, I felt so prepared! So prepared in fact that we left the hospital after only one night, and couldn't wait to get home with our beautiful daughter and experience the absolute euphoria you see in every Baby magazine. Except that is not how it went at all.

We arrived home with our baby, and immediately the problems with breastfeeding crept in. I was so fortunate once again to have supportive midwives who visited my home and held my hand every step of the way to get that sorted out. Then the sleeping issues started. Jessica was immediately on a 2.5 hourly routine both day and night, and I found myself physically exhausted and unable to cope. Feeling the pressure that modern day women feel to be the "perfect" mother, I wouldn't dare express before I was "allowed" to, and bottle feeding Jessica even 1 night so I could get my rest was not even an option for me. So, I persevered.

After the first 3 weeks I remember asking a friend of mine who had a toddler if she also had a hard time with the sleep deprivation and she just laughed and said yes, but what can you do, you have no choice but to perservere. So again, I persevered.

After 8 weeks I finally could not take it any more, and agreed to stop breastfeeding and put Jessica on the bottle. I felt like an absolute failure as a parent, but Jessica enjoyed the bottle very much and thrived beautifully! When I left the hospital with Jessica, I remember the paediatrician saying that I could not leave the baby without a feed for more than 3 hours, and that is about all I remembered about what she had said, so when my daughter started to snack, I had no idea what to do about it. Again, I persevered.

When Jessica was 4 months old and I had to go back to work, I remember waking up at 06:00 to get dressed for work, having only gone to bed at around 04:00, and I have never felt more out of control in my life! I got up, dressed Jessica, got in the car, and headed for work. By the time I arrived at work, I could not even remember driving myself there. My boss welcomed me back and I burst into tears. I was so not myself and I had no idea what to do about it. I had not enjoyed most of my time off with my baby because I was simply too tired, but I was not prepared to admit to myself that something was wrong, instead I blamed myself and thought I had failed my daughter as a parent.

After another week back at work and more emotional outbursts, and my husband said we needed to get help. I phoned our midwives and they immediately referred me to Jacqui. At first I was totally sceptical. I had read the website and saw the word "sleep prop" and I was so worried that Jacqui would tell me to take my baby off the dummy, which at that time was my one and only life line to sanity! But she didn't, she sat with me and my husband and we told her about Jessica's routine, at that stage she was feeding every 5 hours so I could avoid the snacking, and napping 30 minutes for every 90 minutes awake. After the meeting with Jacqui, my husband and I chatted in the car on the way home and decided that we had absolutely nothing to loose, and so we would do the program because it was something that made logical sense to both of us. My boss granted me special leave when I told him what I wanted to do, and we started the program immediately, and that as they say is history!

Jessica slept through the night from the 2nd night, and I got my life back that night too! Up to this day, my now 18 month old sleeps from 07:00 to 06:30 every day, and I have never enjoyed her more. I am now able to plan my weekends with her, because I know what needs to happen when. She eats like a trooper, is a happy, jovial, lively baby who chats up a storm! Every night when I tell her its "dudu time", she runs to her bedroom and says "cot mommy, night night", and my heart skips a beat because I know that the Baby Love program saved my marriage, my sanity and my life!

If you are a sleep deprived parent and you feel helpless, please don't! There is a program that can help you and your baby, and there are dedicated Baby Love graduates who are involved with the business because they want to change peoples lives the way their lives were changed. Call the agent in your area and take back control of your life today!

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