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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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Jordan Le Gras (9 months)

Jordan Le Gras (9 months)

I've heard about and read enough about sleep training and letting my baby "cry it out" that I knew that I never wanted to put my precious baby through it.


When I phoned Baby Love shortly after my baby boy turned 9 months, I was in such a bad sleep deprive haze, and realized that not only am I suffering and my marriage is suffering, but this little person is taking even more strain than me. I realized than in life you have two schools of thought on most subjects, and that I needed to be open-minded and listen to the option of letting my baby cry a bit to teach him how to sleep, because we were just not coping anymore.

Up to now my life revolved around the demands of this gorgeous little person. At 9 months he still "demanded" a two-hourly breastfeed. And besides feeding through the night, I basically moved into his room. I slept in a single bed with him with neither one of us getting much sleep. Even day naps were a disaster. I had to lie down next to him for every nap and the entire time. As soon as I removed the breast and tried to sneak away, he would wake up. I felt like I was literally having the life sucked out of me.

I tried to prepare myself mentally driving to my meeting with Nikki. I cried all the way, even phoning my mom questioning whether I'm doing the right thing. Heaven forbid my child be scarred for life because I let him cry!

This turned out to be the best day of my entire life! I was met with the most caring and understanding mother who has "been there, done that". The program was easy to understand and it made so much sense. I almost felt upset with myself for not doing better research on my baby's sleep earlier on. I learnt that when all my baby's needs are met he might protest at going to sleep...because he doesn't want to! As simple as that. Will my baby feel abandoned? No, because we have an extremely loving, stable, fun relationship. Teaching him how to sleep won't ruin him, just as those tears when he gets dropped at kindergarten or his first day at school won't, or those tears when he wants to play with something dangerous and you as parent decide it isn't wise!

We had success a lot sooner than expected. The first day was tough, but with Nikki's fantastic support we got through it. Other than the occasional little fuss here and there, I have not had to go into Jordan's room at night to console him since, or feed him back to sleep.

I can confidently say that my baby loves sleep now and is a happy little chap when I put him in his cot awake and he has a couple of minutes play and chat time with Ted the teddy, before the two of them settle down for a sleep.

I have moved back into the room with my hubby. My life feels normal. I laugh again and awake time with my son is more precious than ever before because we are both rested enough to enjoy, love and laugh together.

Baby Love saved me...

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