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Saturday, June 29th, 2024 10AM-12PM EST

The link between infant sleep and maternal mental health is well documented, but is conventional infant sleep advice helping or hindering the infant-mother dyad?


Join me for this two-hour workshop where we discuss the biology of normal infant sleep, and what new parents can expect when it comes to their newborn's sleep patterns. We'll cover how sleep can - and often does - impact the breastfeeding relationship, as well as sleep practices that promote attachment and bonding. We'll discuss a variety of safe sleep options for infants and how to make sensitive, yet helpful suggestions to some of the most frequently asked sleep questions new parents have.


By the end of this workshop, you'll feel confident in your knowledge of newborn sleep and how to safely get as much of it as possible, in a way that feels good for both you and your baby.


How it works:


+Purchase of this workshop grants you access to the live recording taking place on Saturday, June 29, 2024, at 10:00 am Eastern Time. Can't make the live? No problem! After we're finished recording, you will be sent a link to view the workshop. If you can't attend live but have a question you want included, feel free to email me ahead of time and I'll read your questions out during the live Q+A!


+The Infant Sleep Guidebook — All the content from the workshop is summarized and professionally formatted into a 50-page guide that is yours to download and keep forever. The guidebook includes a text summary of everything we cover in the workshop as well as additional reading lists, safety protocols, sleep product recommendations, and other resources.


+One Month Access — The recording (and accompanying guidebook) will be uploaded to your portal, where you can revisit the content whenever you need, as much as you need, for one month after purchase.

This workshop is for expectant families, new parents and birthworkers.


Saturday, June 29th, 2024 10AM-12PM EST
Kaitlin Klimmer

Kaitlin is a twice-certified Infant and Toddler Sleep Specialist with a bachelor’s degree Developmental Psychology and a background Early Childhood Education. Kaitlin has spent hundreds of hours of continuing education in lactation, attachment, and maternal mental health. She currently works as a baby and toddler sleep consultant, offering workshops and individual consultations to hundreds of families around the world. Although she was born and raised in Canada, she now lives with her husband, two daughters and one yappy little yorkie in the Austrian Alps.


I just wanted to reiterate how important you have been in the first 17 months of my son's life. My sister in law introduced you to me when I was in sleep deprivation delirium in the early weeks. She told me how your information transformed her motherhood (3 kids!) and her approach to night time parenting, and honestly it has been the same for me. Once I realized that I wasn't doing anything "wrong" - and neither was my perfect baby - and that I could just choose whatever felt easiest... everything felt so much better, so much more right. I am a much happier mother thanks to you. I know that we all question ourselves every day and wonder if what we do matters. I just want you to know, your work really matters! Thank you! - Seema