Tired Parents Can Pick Nick's Brain About Baby Sleep Just in Time for the End of Daylight Savings

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November 2nd is the end of daylight savings and a time when parents are left wondering if or how to adjust a baby's sleep schedule. Pick Nick's Brain, a new online resource all about baby and toddler sleep, offers a judgment-free approach to helping children sleep and answers this question and many others with the articles written on its blog. The owner of the website offers expert opinions and advice on sleep questions, features as a guest writer, live guest, or guest blogger, and has free giveaways. The Pick Nick's Brain website can be found at http://www.picknicksbrain.com.

Nick's Brain, Picked! Shift Your Child's Schedule

November 2nd is the end of daylight savings and a time when parents are left wondering if or how to adjust a baby's sleep schedule. Pick Nick's Brain, a new online resource all about baby and toddler sleep, offers a judgment-free approach to helping children sleep and answers this question and many others with the articles written on its blog. The owner of the website offers expert opinions and advice on sleep questions, features as a guest writer, live guest, or guest blogger, and has free giveaways. The Pick Nick's Brain website can be found at http://www.picknicksbrain.com.

What is "Pick Nick's Brain?"
The website's owner is Nicole Johnson and she asks tired parents to pick her brain. Pick Nick's Brain is a website where parents can go for advice and information about a baby or toddler's sleep habits. It answers questions like when a baby can sleep on his tummy, to specific questions about why a baby's sleep changes around 4 months old. The website gives simple and to-the-point information to tired parents who don't have the time or energy to read several 300-page books, all with contradicting advice.

How Is "Pick Nick's Brain" Unique?
The Pick Nick's Brain website is unique because it offers judgment-free and customized advice. Unlike websites that promote "attachment parenting" or harsher "baby training", this website empowers parents to make their own choices that mesh with their own parenting philosophies. This site also takes the blame out of the sleep problem. Parents often feel rid with guilt that they did the wrong thing and "created" the problem, and they help parents recognize that the baby's temperament and personality play a big role in their sleep habits.

The website has several free services including a free download-able e-Book titled "5 Ways to Help Your Child Sleep Through the Night -- a Free Guide", a free weekly online chat with the owner, Nicole Johnson, and a blog with numerous articles on baby sleep, sample daily schedules, information on sleep training, and many other topics.

Pick Nick's Brain also has customized services with its unique "Sleep Helpdesk." Every baby is unique and every parent's philosophy is different. Nicole listens to parent's concerns and their story and develops custom sleep advice just for their family. It's a judgment-free approach to giving advice to help babies sleep better. Nicole is very thorough, supportive and to-the-point. The helpdesk is designed to be used for e-mail consultations and keeps a client's history at one's fingertips and confidential. But, since everyone has different needs, the site also offers phone consultations and real-time online chat options. Consultations are very affordable and range from $19.95 up to $999. The site uses a secure payment method, PayPal, for all its transactions for parents' peace of mind.

The website has two e-Books for sale. The first, "Nick's Brain, Picked! Help Your Child Sleep, a Step-by-Step Guide", is a comprehensive step-by-step guide that is judgment-free quick-and-easy information to help your baby sleep. The guide is meant to be concise, yet thorough, such that you can sit down and read it in one sitting and put the strategies to work right away. The purchase comes with 2 e-mail consultations. The second e-Book, "Nick's Brain, Picked! Shift Your Child's Schedule", is a pamphlet for parents who have already mastered most of their child's sleep problems but their child is waking too early or going to bed too late to fit in with the family needs. This pamphlet is an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide on how to shift a child's schedule, complete with examples.

About the owner, Nicole:

Nicole is a married mother of two wonderful boys and her eldest son had a lot of sleep problems! He was up every hour or two, every single night. It was a long journey, but she did eventually get him to sleep well and after she did, she made it her mission to help other parents just like her solve their sleep problems faster than she did and with less frustration, and the feedback was incredible. Parents were so grateful for her advice, and many of them urged her to write her own book. However, she knew that another 300+ page book was hardly what busy, tired parents need, and so she tailored her services to busy parents by incorporating an e-Book and customized consultation packages. She never offers one-size-fits-all advice or passes judgment on parenting philosophies. She incorporates who the family is and what their child is undergoing to create a unique service.

For information: http://www.picknicksbrain.com
Phone: 888-599-1665

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