Babies Made Simple
It’s not just about sleep. Find a routine, navigate feedings, & get sleep.
An on-demand course to learn the Feed, Wake, Sleep and Have a Settled Baby Method
"I loved the way each video is organized into manageable topics. I've loved going back and referencing the videos as things come up in our daily routines. The sample schedules are amazing! This course has helped me be more confident in my ability as a mom and be able to read my baby's cues and not worry as much."
Learning what works for you and your baby is tough.
The rigid schedules and well-meaning suggestions don’t always work, and at the end of the day it’s easy to feel depleted.
In my Babies Made Simple course, you’ll learn the Feed, Wake, Sleep and Have a Settled Baby Method. You’ll get the “know-how” to feel confident in your ability to parent your baby and have a routine that gets you the extended nighttime sleep you desire!
What you’ll get in the course
Understand how to initiate, establish, and maintain breastfeeding or pumping.
Breastfeeding at Birth
How do I make breast milk? Supply and Demand explained
Getting a good latch and finding a comfortable position
Breastfeeding difficulties in the first few weeks of life
I’m worried my baby isn’t getting enough: Do I have a low supply?
Learn why you need to feed on cue, and understand the feed, wake, sleep cycle and how it promotes nighttime sleep.
How to "feed on cue"
How much does my baby need to eat?
The feed, wake, sleep cycle: Why this is important
Understand wake windows and how to help your overstimulated baby to be a Settled Baby and get sleep!
Do I really need to swaddle my baby?
How do I get my baby to stop crying?
Use a baby wrap/ carrier to calm your overstimulated baby
Can I give a pacifier and rock my baby to sleep
Get your baby sleeping through the night and feel confident getting your baby back on track when you hit bumps in the road.
Feeding habits are a factor that affect sleep
Mapping out your routine to have a Settled Baby
Start with establishing a routine to promote sleeping through the night
Getting your baby to sleep through the night (10 to 12 hours)
Let go of any guilt you might have about your feeding choice.
Potential complications during the first 6 weeks of your baby's life
Can I bottle feed and breastfeed? What about pacifiers and breastfeeding?”
Is it bad to use a nipple shield?
Example of "Real life" baby and paced bottle feed
Find YOUR person! All lactation consultants are not the same.
The videos are short, to the point, and answer all the questions you could have and more! From breastfeeding to sleep training she covers everything! My baby is 3 months old and sleeps through the night (12 hours). HIGHLY recommend her courses and the consultation!
Get time with your partner. Time for yourself. Get uninterrupted sleep.
You will have a routine you can plan your day around, and have a baby that sleeps “like a baby” at night. You will be able to breastfeed or bottle feed and feel confident in your ability to figure out what your non-verbal baby needs to be a happy, content baby that sleeps through the night.
I’ve found that the most important thing for parents is to be able to trust their intuition. Understanding the “why” behind the recommendations is the key to helping you feel confident in your ability to trust your intuition.
Be “in-tune” with your unique baby.
Being “in tune” with your baby’s needs and feeling confident in your ability to figure out what your non-verbal little one needs can be complicated. By learning and following the Feed, Wake, Sleep and Have a Settled Baby Method, you will be able to get your baby in a routine and sleeping through the night. And, you’ll feel confident to be able to get your baby back on schedule (and sleeping through the night) when you hit bumps in the road.
Confidently make sleep decisions for your child
Are you longing for uninterrupted nighttime sleep? Can’t quite figure out a good nap schedule that works for your baby? Are you wondering if you can breastfeed while also having a baby who sleeps through the night? Maybe you’re wishing you and your partner could find your new “normal”.
Highly recommend the online courses for new and expectant parents! So concise, easy to follow and Hillary does a great job of explaining the “why.”
Take the course
Put the Method into practice
Get uninterrupted sleep
Sleep and routine are a high priority in my house!
I’ve been exhausted, strung out, overwhelmed, and had feelings of guilt about my baby not getting exclusive breast milk. I’ve been unhappy and frustrated because I couldn’t figure out how to continue to breastfeed or pump, AND get my baby on a schedule so she could sleep through the night.
After having children of my own, I developed a Method to babyhood that allowed me one on one time with my spouse, a break from being needed 24/7, the mental capacity to go to nursing school, then to finish my masters in nursing, to become an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, create an online video course, and write a book.
It’s the Feed, Wake, Sleep and Have a Settled Baby Method. My baby was in a routine I could count on. I was able to plan my day, and I got at least 8 hours of restorative, uninterrupted sleep every night.
Want to know more about this course?
Short, easy to digest, on demand videos so you can watch what you actually need, when you need them
The only infant sleep course you’ll need: Birth to Toddlerhood
Access to my unique, evidence-based schedules (that work!) from birth through toddlerhood
Common questions about “Babies” & "Breastfeeding" explained
For breastfeeding or bottle feeding babies
Breastfeeding/Pumping support from an International Board Certified Lactation consultant (IBCLC)
Access to the course for 18 months
30 day money back guarantee
Not a cry it out method
I often hear mothers say, “I want to breastfeed, but I want my baby to sleep through the night.”
Hear this: You can breastfeed and have your baby sleep through the night. Understanding how breastfeeding and “schedules” relate to each other is really important for getting your baby to extend his nighttime sleep.
Do I need to take another course on baby care or breastfeeding?
No, this course covers everything you need to know about general baby care and breastfeeding (or pumping) from birth through weaning.
Can you guarantee success?
While each baby’s specific sleep needs are unique, once parents address each factor covered in the Babies Made Simple course, and implement the techniques recommended to establish healthy sleep habits, the success rate for babies sleeping 10 to 12 hours at night is almost 100%. If you’ve purchased the course and you’re still struggling with helping your baby extend their nighttime sleep, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for recommendations to help set you and your baby up for success!
Can I get more support if needed?
Absolutely! You can schedule a 90-minute face-to-face virtual consult or an in-home consult if you’re local to the Charleston, SC area. Baby Settler also offers monthly in-person seminars on Birth, Babies, and Breastfeeding. Head over to the events page to find out more.
If I’m not a stay at home mom, will this course work for me?
YES! You do not have to be at home 100% of the day, on a rigid schedule for your baby to successfully sleep through the night. This course gives you the tools to be able to navigate daycare, family members caring for your baby, vacations, illness, and everything in between.
Does this course help you if your baby is older than three months and we are just getting started?
Absolutely! This course meets you where you and your baby are at in their journey. And it gives you the tools to conquer establishing healthy sleep habits, supporting an independent sleeper, illnesses, developmental leaps, and everything in between. I’ll dare say you may notice that dreaded 4-month sleep regression has passed you by without even realizing you’re through it!
Still wanting more details?
This class is for parents (and babies) 0 to 24 months
And it’s the only infant sleep course you’ll ever need
Currently (or planning to) Breastfeed or Pump? This course is for you!
Details about breastfeeding and extending nighttime sleep (from an expert who has over 10,000 hours working with breastfeeding mothers and babies)
Wondering how (or why) to swaddle, sush, or “schedule” your baby?
All of this is covered in this course
Wake windows, nap expectations, and extending nighttime sleep?
All covered in this course
One more look at the course breakdown.
5 Suggested Schedules (and how to use them) for each growth stage, 2 weeks through 18 months
5 modules with on-demand, short videos that you can watch when you need them PLUS bonus content. Access to the content for 18 months.
Module 1: Understand how to initiate, establish, and maintain breastfeeding or pumping.
Module 2: Learn why you need to feed on cue, and understand the feed, wake, sleep cycle and how it promotes nighttime sleep.
Module 3: Understand wake windows and how to help your overstimulated baby to be a Settled Baby and get sleep!
Module 4: Get your baby sleeping through the night and feel confident getting your baby back on track when you hit bumps in the road.
Module 5: Let go of any guilt you might have about your feeding choice.
+Bonus Content: Biting, Pumping, & More!
Need more support? 1:1 Face to face consultations offered