Help your newborn sleep by knowing what to expect from the first hour to the second month.
In this series, you'll learn from Aidan Black-Allen, who brings over a decade of experience supporting families as a coach, teacher and doula. She has helped families navigate pregnancy, birth, infant care and sleep challenges. At Koble, Aidan helps new parents with birth preparation and sleep difficulties while facilitating the Koble Expert Chat.
The first 72 hours
Learn how birth affects babies’ sleep patterns, what to expect over the first few day and how to ensure everyone gets the rest they need.
How to get your newborn to sleep during the night
Given babies are not born with a circadian rhythm, learn how to transition your child from sleeping during the day to sleeping nights.
Your sleep schedule as the parent of a newborn
Learn what to expect with your baby’s sleep pattern over the first 3 months and how that impacts your own sleep routines.
Supporting your partner with your baby's sleep
In this session, we'll discuss how partners can support the birthing person with infant and newborn sleep.
Parent sleep deprivation and support systems
Whether it’s your first or fifth child, newborn sleep is a challenge. Learn how to create a postpartum support system to combat burn out.
SIDs and how to manage your sleep as a parent
What's normal? Let's discuss the truth about newborn sleep and what to expect in the first month and a half postpartum.
Introduction to crib sleep
Crib sleeping can be challenging. Learn how to help your baby transition to their crib safely, and without immediately waking up.
Calm yourself so you can calm your baby
Calmness can be difficult to achieve in the early days postpartum. In this session, we'll learn how calming yourself can help calm your baby.
The relationship between sleep and feeding
Your baby may not be a ‘bad sleeper’: it may be that they’re having feeding challenges. Let’s talk about the link between sleep and feeding.
Unexpected newborn and infant hospital visits
Discuss what to expect with unexpected hospital admission, including jaundice, dehydration and fever.