1/16/13

Sleep Consultation {{Giveaway!}}


To kick off the new sleep consulting I'm offering, let's have a giveaway!

I'm giving away one sleep consultation package...a value of $249! Included in this package is a phone consultation, written sleep plan and lots of follow up support. You can check out all the details here.

Don't miss out on your chance for extensive 1:1 guidance and support towards better sleep not only for your baby, but for your whole family! If you've already signed up for a package, we'll refund you if you're the lucky winner. And of course, you may give this consultation away to a sleep deprived parent--and they'll love you forever!

Entering is easy peasy...


Here are the giveaway details:

  • 1 winner (entries will be verified) will win a phone consultation package.
  • Open to those 18 and older
  • Giveaway ends 1/31/13 midnight ET
  • Worldwide, although those outside the US will be responsible for the phone call.
  • Enter the rafflecopter below. If you are reading through a reader or email you'll need to hop on over to the blog to enter. If you need any help with the rafflecopter you can email me at rachel@mybabysleepguide.com
  • If you have an issue commenting below, you can send me a comment via email instead.

Good luck!


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    1. Yes Nicolewynne. The other comments got erased (although I have a record of them in my email). Sometimes they disappear when someone logs in a certain way-- I still haven't figured out what does it. No worries.

      Rachel

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  2. I've had one 8-hour night in the past month (being pregnant doesn't help), and it was glorious. My 18 month old cries out in her sleep multiple times a night...hopefully this is just a phase?!

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  3. I believe I entered the raffle thing above, but I also comment? Maybe clarify that above if that is true. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Before I got too pregnant and had to get up in the night...maybe in june? I miss those days. :-)

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  5. Hmm...my daughter is a great sleeper so we usually get 8 hours. I'm pregnant with my next and praying we can raise her to be a good sleeper too!

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  6. Gosh, I really don't remember. I think there was one night when my son was around 4 months old...he had gotten some vaccinations that I guess made him super tired and he slept. 11 hrs straight through the night. He's 13 months now and it hasn't happened since.

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  7. My baby sleeps about 8 hours fairly consistently, but we are still trouble shooting issues with nighttime sleep and naps.

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  8. Probably before being pregnant with this baby number 2. It's been a while :-)

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  9. Pre pregnancy, so about 9 months ago!

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  10. Honestly I'm so tired I can't remember. Maybe once in the middle of December?

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  11. Pre pregnancy was my last 8 hours of sleep, so probably about a year ago!

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  12. 9 months straight of my baby getting up every one to two hours! Plus very few naps! I am a zombie
    sarah at realtorsd.com

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  13. My 8-hour of sleep was during my first trimester. Since then it has been 3-4 hours

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  14. I have only had one ever since my baby was born. He is 4 months and a couple of weeks old now.

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  15. It's been awhile my sleep routine is so messed up.

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  16. I have a newborn on the way, so this will be so helpful! I know it will be a while before I get a solid night's sleep!

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  17. I usually sleep 3 to 5 hours then wake up and go back to sleep a couple of minutes later. It has been a long time since I slept 8 hours.

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  18. It has been a long time since I have slept for 8 hours.

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  19. Hopefully tonight will be an 8 hour night! :)

    cc_girly(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. I tried to leave a comment, but I wasn't able to and now it's not letting me leave comments. As for the question, I would sleep 7-8 hours when my baby was 2.5 months up to 4.5 months. Now she is almost 8 months old and doesn't sleep longer than 2-3 hours without waking up and wants to sleep in our bed every night :(

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    1. Sorry about the comment issues. I wish I could figure out how to fix it!

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  21. 3 years ago...before my daughter was born.

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  22. About 12 weeks ago when my DD was 11 weeks old. That was a fluke and she started an awful sleep regression after that day.

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  23. I think it was probably when I was 5 months pregnant. After that point I was too uncomfortable to sleep for longer periods (I'm a belly sleeper). Now my 6 month old lets me get about 3 hours at a time...8 hours sounds unreal.

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  24. Hi! We have a two year old so started with the dummy early on so the baby would not wake him up. She is now 9 weeks now and the issue is that she wakes up every hour after 1am looking for it. I am wondering if it is too early to take it away and how do I do I console her. Am scared to take this step but also just worn out by it all. Makes me overtired during the day taking care of two kids.

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  25. Since I went away on vacation last March with just my husband, and we left the kids with the Grandparents. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Dbyrne1[at]gmail[dot]com

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  26. I get to sleep 8 hrs every weekend

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  27. My 6month old wakes up 6 to 12 times a night and sleeps less than 1 hour a day.!!!!!!!!!! HELP

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  28. My 7.5 month old triplets (5.5 adjusted) are regressing in their sleep habits big time! We had three decent sleepers up until about Christmas when all of a sudden, we were waking up anywhere between 15 and 30 times a night!! We have been working on cry it out lately and have had some success but not much! A night with 8 hours of sleep sounds fabulous! I don't think I've had that since before I went into the hospital at 22 weeks last April for bed rest!

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