Infant Sleep Foundations

Navigating the First Year

Empowering you to support your baby’s
 sleep while never having to abandon
 your deepest parenting instincts
(all delicious snuggles included).

Mama, your instincts are spot on: there is a way to help you, your baby, and the rest of your family to sleep well without sleep training, weaning, or just waiting for your baby to “grow out of” sleep habits that don’t serve anyone well.

By growing your understanding of biologically normal infant sleep, you will begin to see that your baby is not broken, but totally and completely normal.

Babies wake up in the middle of the night for so many reasons.

Sometimes the solutions will be simple: hunger, diaper change, pacifier, a comforting touch, etc. We work together to establish healthy sleep patterns that work for your unique family circumstances.

Sometimes, the answer is, “That’s just how it is right now,” and we’ll work together to get to a place of contentment while connecting more and more deeply with your baby.

I know why you are here…

You are exhausted.

Exhausted from getting up countless times in a night.

Exhausted from reading every. single. website about baby sleep.

Frustrated with yourself because you can’t seem to figure it out.

Frustrated with your baby because they don’t follow what the books and experts say.

Frustrated with your partner because they don’t understand how guilty you feel about your baby’s bad sleep habits. (And maybe also frustrated that their nipples are worthless...or maybe that’s just me!)

What if I told you…

Your baby is not a “bad” baby (even if they don’t take long naps or wake up in the middle of the night).

You don’t have to stop...cosleeping, nursing to sleep, rocking) your baby (if you don’t want to!)

You can feel in control. Not of your baby’s sleep, but of your expectations (for yourself and for baby), and the methods you use to support your baby’s sleep.

This course was born out of my own experience:

Struggling as an exhausted first-time mom to “figure out” how to get my baby to sleep and only hearing about one solution everyone talked about: sleep training. I knew there had to be more choices, and that’s when I discovered the principles I set forth in this holistic, respectful sleep support.


We look at every aspect of your baby to see what might be impacting their sleep: their day, their routines, their temperament, their nutrition, etc.


We prioritize the caregiver-child relationship first, always. Connecting will continually lead you to understand your unique child’s specific sleep needs.

Breastfeeding Friendly

Night-weaning is not necessary in order to get a good night’s rest. We also support families to safely cosleep if that is what works for them, and we dive into the benefits of safe cosleeping for baby and Mama’s sleep.


"I love that it fully supports my instincts and my attachment-parenting approach. It offers realistic expectations on baby sleep and reassured me that what I went through is normal and eased a lot of my stress. If you are looking for guidance on getting more sleep for both you and your baby, while preserving your precious relationship with your little one, this course is the answer!"

"This course helped me feel empowered in my parenting choices. I feel so much more educated about normal baby sleep and it has helped me be more supportive to my 8 month old during challenging moments. I wish every new mother could be gifted with this course and the powerful information that comes along with it. Society makes us feel like our babies are broken or there is something wrong, and I think the mere understanding that what is occurring is normal has lifted 100lbs of stress off my shoulders. I can't thank you enough for putting a course like this together."

- Jessica

"I highly recommend Taylor’s gentle sleep course! The thing I regret most is not having this information sooner! It could have saved me years of anxiety surrounding my son’s sleep."

- Jenny

Now with brand spanking NEW course sections from experts:

Maternal Mental Health with Zelma Tolley

Social Worker, The Postnatal Project

Bedsharing & Intimacy with Ashley Mariani

Social Worker, Mind Online Therapy

Infant Feeding & Nutrition with Robyn Price

Registered Dietitian & Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, The Breastfeeding Dietitian

Coregulation with Katie Crosby

Occupational Therapist, Thriving Littles

Even more new resources:

    • Understanding attachment and emotions
    • Optimizing sleep for caregivers
    • New resources about tethered oral tissues (lip and tongue ties)
    • Returning to work
  • We'll go over the basics: 
  • Evidence-based infant sleep facts
  • What is biologically normal infant sleep?
  • What is attachment? How does it relate to supporting my baby’s sleep?
  • How do I create the best sleeping environment?
  • Is having a bedtime routine really that important? (Spoiler alert: YES!)
  • How do I make a transition in baby’s schedules? (Babies go from a million naps to only 2 in the first year alone!)
  • Seriously, so much more!

This course will help you:
  • Work towards establishing healthy sleep foundations
  • Introduce new patterns and shift the method you use to support your baby when patterns stop working for your family
  • Understand the countless factors impacting sleep including: environment, baby’s temperament, nutritional needs, milestones, etc. 
  • Recognize your unique child’s needs and develop realistic sleep expectations

This course is NOT:

A quick fix or a sleep training approach
Sure, some sleep training plans might promise your baby to sleep through the night by 8 weeks, 12 weeks, 3 days after starting the program, but these plans are only band-aids on the problems and never actually address any underlying issues.

  • A "No Cry" Approach
    We value emotion and understand that children’s emotions are their own. We cannot control their crying, but we can offer support and help them to co-regulate.

  • A “one size fits all” approach

    Your baby, like everyone else, is a unique individual, with needs. Other family dynamics also must factor in baby’s sleep: environment, caregiver’s work schedules, siblings’ schedules—these things need to be addressed when creating sustainable sleep routines that work well for the whole family.

  • A guarantee that your baby will sleep peacefully from 7pm-7am every single night through fireworks, dog barks, or older siblings.
    If you have this baby—consider them a unicorn. If you ever meet a baby like this, you better go buy a lotto ticket—it’s your lucky day!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

You have several choices for what format you use to learn. You get access to video and audio of each lesson as well as written transcripts. You'll also get downloadable handouts to supplement the lessons and provide more depth to the topics. The main video & audio lessons of the course include about 4 hours of content, while the supplementary expert interviews provide an additional 4.5 hours of enriching material.  

You will have lifetime access to the course once you purchase it! The course is fully self-paced, which means you can go through it at your convenience in a way that works best for your schedule and circumstances, and you can always revisit areas as needed.

This course is designed with 0-12 month old infants in mind, but much of the information is also applicable to toddlers. If you have a toddler, I'd recommend you check out the Toddler eCourse, or you can get a great deal on both courses when you purchase the bundle offering.

We want everyone to be satisfied with our eCourses, and we also understand that our philosophy and approach is not right for everyone. We offer a money back guarantee within 14 days of purchase of the course if you are not satisfied, and if you have gone through less than 25% of the course. Please see our Terms & Conditions for details & requirements about how to submit your request for a refund. 

No. We approach sleep holistically with the understanding that many factors impact how a child sleeps, and that sleep training does not "train" a baby to sleep or address any underlying causes of sleep disruption/disturbance. This is not a "no-cry" approach because we value the importance and validity of emotion and tears when supported by a loving, responsive caregiver. We encourage you to always follow your baby's cues and trust your own intuition, and we never recommend or encourage any arbitrary rules or time limits as these take the intuition piece out of the equation. We only promote responsive and respectful sleep changes.

Meet your course instructor:

Taylor Kulik

Hi, I’m Taylor! I’m an occupational therapist turned Sleep & Well-being Specialist. I'm mama to a sparkler 3 year old girl and sweet baby boy. Going through my own journey of pregnancy, childbirth, and becoming a mother, I began to understand the major need for better quality, comprehensive health and wellness services for mothers. I became passionate about learning everything I could about pregnancy, postpartum recovery, motherhood, and infant sleep with a desire to help mothers navigate this beautiful, but challenging, journey. My vision is to empower parents with evidence-based information so that they can make informed decisions that validate their instincts.

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