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Owlet Dream Lab Online Personalized Sleep Training Program for Infants

Item# 210-80038134-AF | Model# 80038134 | Added on June 29, 2020 |
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Owlet Dream Lab Online Personalized Sleep Training Program for Infants
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Does your little one have difficulty getting to or staying asleep at bedtime and naptime? Personalized sleep coaching from Dream Lab can help. Dream Lab is an online, interactive sleep coaching program created by Owlet and industry-leading sleep coaches Jill Spivack and Jennifer Waldburger. Designed for babies four to 12 months, Dream Lab is guaranteed* to improve your baby’s night time sleep and teach them to take great naps. Created specifically for your baby and you, your customized Dream Lab sleep plan and sleep coaches walk you through the day-to-day steps to teach your baby to embrace sleep with as few tears as possible. Start with an in-depth sleep assessment of your baby’s current sleep patterns and habits to understand what may be holding your baby back from learning to sleep through the night, and the Dream Lab experts create a personalized sleep plan to coach your baby to a full night’s sleep in as few as 7 days. Owlet Dream Lab includes: Online, interactive sleep training course In depth sleep assessment for baby Personalized, auto-adjusting sleep schedule Over 45-minutes of expert-led video tutorials Twice weekly QandA webinars with Dream Lab co-creators *US customers only. Course expires 6 months after purchase. Must request return and refund within 15 days of purchase Gender: unisex.
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