Sleep Class: Will I Ever Sleep Again?

Are you asking yourself, will I ever sleep again? You are in the right class. Getting your baby to sleep through the night is a huge feat for parents. This time can be very exhausting and challenging for families but that tired, sleep-deprived state does eventually go away. If you are a parent looking for guidance and support, this sleep class is just what you need! We will begin by understanding why sleep is vital to a baby’s/child’s development. We will learn how to recognize your baby’s cues and know exactly what they need. We will explore sleep and feeding schedules. Then, we'll focus on the effective sleep techniques that lead to success, and how to handle sleep regressions. You'll also have plenty of opportunities to ask questions. By the end of the class, you'll feel more confident and equipped to tackle this important parenthood milestone. We will get your family sleeping through the night again!

Who: Open to the general public. You do not need a library card to attend.

Registration Required.

When: Thursday, November 30 at 6:30 pm

Where: O'Fallon Public Library, First Floor Community Room

About the presenter: Dr. Stacie Hoover, EdD, and I am the proud founder of Parenting Solutions with Dr. Hoover. Having worked as an educator in many capacities, I have come to realize that parenting is a demanding role that lacks a definitive instruction manual. With a deep-rooted passion for parenting, I am here to assist and support you on your unique journey as a parent. Drawing from my own experiences as a mother of three wonderful children—a college freshman, a high school junior, and an eighth grader—I fully comprehend the significance of parenting. My experience and formal education have equipped me to assist you in developing the essential parenting skills necessary for achieving success, even during the most challenging times. I believe in taking a developmental approach to parenting.

By predicting what's ahead in your child's development, we can help you prepare for the next phase of parenting. This will make the transition smoother for you, your child, and your family. Parents who are attentive, supportive, and communicative are creating a solid foundation for their young children's success in school, social interactions, and mental health.

Questions? Contact Stephanie at [email protected] or 618-206-4345

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