Online program promises to have your baby sleeping through the night

The company will refund the product if your child's sleep doesn't improve.

BabyBliss Nights is a ‘four week program using gentle, effective techniques to get your baby sleeping better,’ and the company behind the program is so confident that if your child’s sleep doesn’t improve, they’ll refund your purchase. 

The program, which will set you back $99.96, contains information about setting up your baby’s room and sleep environment, routines, and resettling without sleep ‘props’.

RELATED: $25 Kmart toy ‘lifesaver’ for sleep deprived mums

The program includes: 

  • Regular emails with instructional videos
  • Fact sheets containing evidence-based advice
  • Weekly LIVE Facebook chat with me, Jo Ryan, founder of BabyBliss, every week where I will answer all your questions
  • Membership of a private Facebook group to share your successes and setbacks and get support from other mums on the program
  • More than 100 FAQs, and vital information on how to get your baby sleeping more easily and for longer

Jo Ryan, BabyBliss Night’s founder, has accreditations with the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants, the International Association of Child Sleep Consultants and a Masters in Public Health.

Fans of the program have praised it’s effectiveness.

One user wrote on it’s Facebook page, ‘Just your book alone has given me 3 fantastic sleepers,’ with another adding, ‘What a wonderful resource!’ 


Last week, New Idea discovered a $25 Kmart toy that had been praised by mother’s online for its ability to get their newborns to sleep. 

The $25 Baby Sleepy Glow Bear is being praised by parents across Australia as a ‘lifesaver.’ 

Emma, a mother-of-two, said: ‘My 2.5 year old has been a nightmare to put to bed lately! He was getting out of bed constantly, and coming up with every excuse to not stay in bed.


‘I was having to sit with him until he fell asleep…that is until a week ago. My MIL (mother-in-law) got this for our newborn, but my 2.5 year old decided it was his.’

Usually sleeping with a night light and white noise, Emma said of the toy: ‘He was asleep within 10 minutes. I thought ‘maybe he was just super tired?’. Tried it again the next night, same thing.’

‘I think it’s the light that gradually dims repetitively. It’s well worth the money in my eyes,’ she added. 

The bear, available at Kmart, is a night light, and features nature sounds, white noise and forty melodies to help lull a child to sleep. 

On Emma’s post in a local mum’s group, many praised the bear for helping their child get to sleep too!

‘I have the same one! Bought it for my son as a newborn and it’s in his bed with him tonight and he’s nine months old,’ one mother commented.

‘I’ve used this from the day my littlest bub came home,’ another mum said.

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