Lovebug teaches three different sleep training methods. Each method is appropriate for a different kind of family. We recommend you download our application and watch the Baby Sleep 103 lesson to learn which sleep training techniques might work for your baby's personality and your family's preferences.
Our main methods are:
The Chair Method
With the chair method, you are available during their drowsiness sleep phases. You put a chair in your baby’s room next to their crib. At the end of your baby’s routine, you will put them in their crib and sit in the chair and comfort them as they are falling asleep.
The Interval Method
With the interval approach, you check in on your baby after set intervals. Your intervals increase night after night so that your baby gets an increasing opportunity to put themselves down independently.
The Extinction Method
The Extinction Method is commonly referred to as the “Cry-it-out” approach. In this approach, once you end your routines, you put your baby to bed and do not go to them unless there is a safety emergency.
Watch Baby Sleep 103 to learn more about what might fit your family.