Mom's Genius Hack Will Help Your Child Sleep Through The Night

I’m not going to lie and say being a mother is easy, far from it.

If anything being a mom is one of the hardest jobs in the world and one of the most undervalued jobs.

However, that doesn’t take away from how important it is, and how rewarding it is.

Being a mom is a full-time job that some moms have to juggle with another full time. The only difference is that the full-time job you put more hours into (being a mom) doesn’t pay as well… Unless you count adorable smiles and hugs as payment, then it’s the best paying job in the world.

When you’re a mom, you work around the clock, trying to make sure that your kid is happy, healthy, and most importantly, alive.

It’s a tough job but someone has to do it, right?

Moms don’t get enough credit for all the things they do to look after their family, it’s sad but true. Moms look after us every day of the year, surely they deserve more than one day to celebrate them? I certainly think so!

Thankfully being a mom isn’t all bad.

Whenever most women going into motherhood and think about what their new role is going to be, they think about having to deal with colic, sleepless nights and tantrums.

While that can be true, it’s not always the case!

There are many struggles moms have to face. These things annoy us, make us scratch our heads in confusion, but it’s all a part of motherhood!

Mom struggles are universal struggles, so we can take comfort in knowing we are not alone. Being a mom rock!

One of the biggest ‘Mom Struggles’ is trying to get your child to sleep throughout the night without any distributions.

Honestly, for most people, it would be easier to find a needle in a haystack!

Sleepless nights are one of the hardest parts of parenthood, but it’s just a part of the job, right?

Maybe not.

After a few months of 4 hours sleep, most people would do anything to get a good nights sleep.

Well, one clever and lucky mother has managed to do just that, and it’s all thanks to a very simple hack.

Laura Gerson, from Essex, has been using this nifty trick for nine months and her daughter, Amelia, has been peacefully sleeping for 12 hours a night. 

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