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All the baby sleep answers you’ve been looking for in a cute portable package!

It’s finally here!

Combining years of research with anecdotal experience working with hundreds of families, the Precious Little Sleep book has all your baby sleep answers.

It also delves into topics not generally covered elsewhere including: sleep regressions, using (and losing) sleep tools like swings, swaddle blankets, etc., nap schedules and transitions, navigating daycare, big kid bedtime battles, and how to get your child to sleep in time to watch Game of Thrones.


Sleeping through the night is not simply a myth other parents use to taunt you. It is an achievable goal!

Where to Buy?

The Precious Little Sleep book is available for preorder exclusive at Amazon. Paperback can be preordered in the US, kindle copies are available worldwide.

Precious Little Sleep will be available at multiple retailers (Amazon, B&N, iBookstore, Kobo, etc.) on July 10th, 2017.

Advance Praise

In the pages of this book, Alexis Dubief becomes the friend that we all wish we had to guide us through the mysterious world of infant sleep. Her advice is grounded in science and bolstered by her experience working with many families, but it s also practical and empathetic, and best of all, FUNNY. She s created an indispensable guide that is a pleasure to read, even or especially for sleep-deprived parents. —Alice Callahan, PhD, author of The Science of Mom

This is a book I will recommend to every parent I work with. Precious Little Sleep captures Alexis s common sense approach to sleep, along with her delicious sense of humor, compassion and straight talk to help any parent who is looking to begin their parenting journey with a plan for supporting their child s healthy sleeping habits and for parents already in the soup when it comes to baby and sleep. It is a book long overdue and is sure to bring comfort, to parents longing for answers and solutions concerning kids and sleep. —Vicki Hoefle, author of Duct Tape Parenting

If you have a baby, you need to laugh and you need to sleep. Maybe in that order. Precious Little Sleep gives you seriously large doses of both. Alexis Dubief’s hilarious, no-nonsense approach to baby sleep pretty much saved my life. —Tracy Cutchlow, author of Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science