Episode 33: How Do You Sleep Train a Baby With a Toddler at Home

It’s a common issue that we hear from our parents. You are ready to start sleep training your baby and start a routine, stay consistent, and stay strong but you’re worried that your baby will wake up your toddler. How is it possible to remain consistent in your day-to-day routine of sleep training when you have other children home as well? How do you work your toddler’s schedule into your baby’s new one?

How do you sleep train your baby when you have a toddler at home?

Sleep Expert Alanna McGinn explains how there are a few things that parents can do to make things go as easily as possible and once your little one is sleeping through the night, everyone will be sleeping more soundly and getting the healthy sleep you all need.

Also stay tuned for Alanna’s Sleep Clinic where she answers your sleep questions that you submitted through Instagram like:

  • How do I start to sleep train the baby when it upsets the toddler?
  • I live in a bungalow. My toddler wakes up the baby by dropping toys, etc.
  • How soon can I transition my 9 month old to 1 nap to match my older sons 1-3pm nap?


Links From This Segment:

Bedtime books to help your child sleep

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Alanna McGinn
Alanna McGinn
Alanna McGinn is Founder and Certified Sleep Expert of Good Night Sleep Site, a global sleep consulting practice. She is host of the ‘This Girl Loves Sleep’ Podcast and author of ‘This Baby Loves Sleep’. Alanna has established the world-wide brand of Good Night Sleep Site as being a #1 sleep resource for families and her and her team of sleep consultants strive in helping families (baby to adults) and corporations overcome their sleep challenges and have well-rested smiles in the morning. You can find out more about Alanna McGinn and how to work with a Good Night Sleep Consultant at www.goodnightsleepsite.com and follow Alanna and all her sleep tips on Instagram - @GNSleepSite.

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