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My approach to sleep is based on attachment, not separation.

I do not use or recommend any sleep training methods, "gentle or not".

I believe night-wakings are not a behaviour that needs extinguishing.

I see sleep as a developmental milestone that all babies/children are born knowing how to do and develop as they grow.

I don't see sleep as a skill that needs teaching.

I believe each child is unique and they all sleep through the night one day, each in their own time.

I believe a child's day is what builds a child's night.

I don't look at sleep in isolation, my approach is holistic (read more about it here).

I don't believe babies need sleep training, but parents may do.

I believe a lot of sleep problems are not actual problems.

I believe that educating parents is more empowering than 





Isa Ambrose

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