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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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Simon Venter (8 months)

Simon Venter (8 months)

As first time parents we made all the classic mistakes when it came to teaching our baby Simon to sleep. They call it accidental parenting.

When he was 4 months old we were tired of getting up 8-12 times at night and no rest during the day either because he only slept for very short bits. I heard of Baby Love from a friend and attended a workshop immediately. We jumped into the sleep training program with vigor and after a couple of days of a screaming baby and crying mommy we gave up. I told myself all kinds of stories to justify my decision to quit. "I am not the kind of mom that can let my baby cry," "I won't complain of him waking up all the time at night - at least I have a child to wake up for," "my baby is just one of those very awake babies - that is his nature and I should not try to force him to sleep, " and of course I convinced myself that he will eventually sleep better - even though my Baby Love Consultant explained why that is unlikely to happen.

Needless to say things just got worse. Another four months down the line and chaos ruled in our home. We did everything we could think of - rocking, bouncing on the ball, patting him, having him sleep with us, us sleeping with him, feeding a couple of times at night, dummy, no dummy, music, no music, homeopathic remedies, magnesium, iron, tiring him out, keeping him calm, massage, you name it we tried it, until one night at 4am after both of us had battled for an hour to get Simon to sleep and I was in tears and my husband was frustrated, I said to my hubby - "You know my love - we are in an abusive relationship. Our baby is abusing us and it is not his fault. We allowed it." We then agreed to do the sleep training again and this time we promised each other we would stick to the program no matter how tough it was. The 1st night was horrible since Simon started to sit up and kept bashing his head against the cot bars. I sat with him to put him down every time he sat up. I counted 83 times before he stayed down! He also started vomiting if I left him to cry so I immediately contacted my Baby Love Consultant for advice. After implementing everything she suggested things went smoothly and 5 days later I have order and happiness and rest in my home again.

Simon slept through the night for the 1st time ever (he never slept more than 2 hours at a stretch), and the best part is that he goes to sleep by himself! My husband and I love falling asleep in each others arms again and Simon is a joy because he's rested and thriving on the routine.

Thanx Jacqui for not giving up on this difficult mommy. I know desperation played a big part and also it went along with lots of prayer, but it really helped that I could email you with my moans and groans and questions.

The most important thing this whole process taught me is that it is BEST for Simon to have boundaries - and I am there to set them for him. I believe we've gained much more than just rest - we've gained tools for the future.

Ester Venter

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