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Sleep School For Babies Actually Exists - and This Is What It’s Like

A post shared by Jess Wheller (@thattwinmama) on Nov 23, 2016 at 3:47pm PST Baby sleep school? Surely such a magical place doesn't exist. Actually, it does, and it's where desperate parents go to learn how to help their babies or toddlers sleep in Australia. Not surprisingly, it's not cheap. They probably know sleep-deprived parents would remortgage their houses for the help, but thankfully our health insurance covered most of the cost.
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