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“How is baby sleeping?” A Conversation About Sleep With Loullaby Infant Sleep Consulting | Ep. 14

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We invited the ladies of Loullaby Infant Sleep Consulting into the studio to talk all things sleep. There was so much to unpack that we didn’t get to it all, but Dr. Honaker along with founders of Loullaby, Ashley Smith (NICU Nurse Practitioner) and Katelin Shouse (NICU Nurse), discuss a few keys to good sleepers, why sleep is so important and how Loullaby is on a mission to bring confidence (and a good night’s rest) back to parents.

If you have a new little one or are expecting one soon, this one’s for you! Sleep can be a real struggle for families that bleeds into many other areas of the household and it’s such an important skill for babies to learn. Enjoy, and be on the lookout for more with Ashley and Katelin in the future!

Show Notes:

  • Introduction to Ashley and Katelin 
  • Loullaby Infant Sleep Consulting  
  • How Ashley and Katelin met 
  • How being a newborn expert came to be Loullaby
  • Why focus on sleep? 
  • The Loullaby process and what to expect with a consultation
  • How consistency and repetition make a difference
  • The most common sleep trouble they hear from parents
  • How sleep is a skill and how to help babies learn it
  • How important alignment is between caregivers
  • What’s the #1 thing that you’ve learned through this business?

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