When

Thursday, February 2, 2017
10:30 am to 12:30 pm PST

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Where

Babies in Bloom
1948 Via Ctr.
Vista, CA 92081
  

 
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Cost

$75 per person
$90 per couple

Please Note: 

  • Registration Deadline: Wed., February 1, 2017
  • A 24-hour cancellation notification required for a refund, minus $10 processing fee.

Contact

Jen Varela
Sugar Night Night 
949-280-4500 
jen@sugarnightnight.com
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Sweet Expectations: Sleep Training (6 to 13 months)

DO YOU DREAM OF SLEEP?

Come hear how to teach your baby to self-soothe and develop great sleep habits.  

In this workshop, learn:

  • About your baby’s biological sleep needs and how to meet them.
  • The science behind sleep training and why it works.
  • The three most successful sleep training methods.
  • How to assess which sleep training method is right for you and your baby.

If your baby is six months or older baby and not sleeping through the night, there is hope! You and your baby don’t have to be sleep deprived. You will leave this workshop with knowledge about why sleep training works, what sleep training methods are most successful and the ability to create your own sleep training plan.


Jen Varela, Sleep Coach

Jen Varela, founder of Sugar Night Night, is a Certified Gentle Sleep CoachSM. She received her bachelor's degree in Human Services with an emphasis in Counseling from California State University, Fullerton. Working with families in San Diego and all across the U.S., she provides parents with personal instruction and the best techniques to promote healthy sleep habits for infants, toddlers and children... all the while keeping tears to a minimum. For more information, go to www.sugarnightnight.com

Encouraging words from a well-rested parent:

"I can't begin to thank you enough for your advice during this workshop. I was the mom that came up to you at the end nearly in tears about my 11-month-old. We started sleep training nine nights ago and I am now able to put him in his crib with no tears. He puts himself to sleep and stays asleep ALL NIGHT. I am so grateful."

- Miranda, San Diego