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Wild Was Mama

The Art and Science of Breastfeeding and Sleep (Expecting and Newborn Families)

May 5th 11:00am - 1:00pm

Prepare to sleep!

For expecting parents and those with newborns.

Get an education on infant sleep as it relates to the breastfeeding family. Want to avoid sleep training and cry-it-out? Want to teach your child to sleep with gradually less help from you? Curious about gentle ways to help baby sleep better that actually support your breastfeeding relationship? How can you have great naps and not be at home all day trying to make them happen?  Want to avoid the pitfall of all the exhausting rocking and bouncing? 

Moorea at Savvy Parenting is here to help!  We will learn about biological sleep and infant/child sleep cycles and circadian rhythms, anthropology of sleep, sleep associations, safer sleep arrangements and dispelling the myths and learning valuable tools to promote sleep for everyone. We will discuss the available literature and studies and Moorea will share some amazing tips she has come to utilize as a sleep consultant, lactation counselor, Postpartum Doula and mom! 

Note: This course will not teach you how to “sleep train” a newborn under 4 months so that they will sleep through the night. The AAP does not recommend sleep training before 3 months and does not recommend it specifically until after 6 months. 

Register HERE!


About the Instructor:

Moorea Malatt CPD, CLEC 

Moorea is a Lactation Counselor-Educator, sleep educator, Certified Parenting Coach and Postpartum Doula and Writer who has been working with families for over 20 years. She's a also a mom of two, a nature nerd, songwriter and former toddler preschool owner/director. Moorea loves to accompany families from birth and first feedings through excellent sleep skill building, gentle discipline and potty learning! She currently takes working mom-cations traveling around the country giving workshops and keynote speeches. Her book Quitting the Sleep Circus is due late in 2019.