Our Experience with Moms On Call – plus a special discount & giveaway!

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If you have been reading my blog since last spring, you may remember our Moms On Call rescue. That’s what I like to call it, anyways. I have blogged about it many times, but these posts jump out at me – here here .

Knox and Sloane were two weeks old and I was running on empty, but full of adrenaline. I was nursing both babies, one at a time, and that was on demand. We were letting them do as they please, as any baby should for the first few weeks. Needless to say, it was quite stressful.

Brent and I felt comfortable as parents, but we weren’t confident. We wanted them to be okay. I think every baby is different and since it was our first time to have babies at home, we were learning. You can’t learn their cries and signals right away, but they do come pretty quickly.

All I knew was that Brent would be heading back to work a month or so after Knox & Sloane were born and neither one of us could function, successfully, on what little sleep we were getting. Don’t get me wrong, I sat awake with the babies’ thanking God for them and holding them tighter than they probably wanted to be held. However, when dawn broke, I was pretty much a walking zombie. I wanted to give them my best around the clock.

I wanted to play with them good, feed them good, help them sleep good and I wanted them to thrive.

Moms On Call assured me all of this was possible. They agreed that of course two babies is quite a bit more tricky than one baby, but is definitely doable.

Both of the Moms On Call nurses, Laura and Jennifer, had a set of twins. Not only did they have twins, they had other children, too. That alone gave me confidence. If they could do it with lots of children, I could do it with two.

I knew I could do it. I was never that person that could imagine a career in anything besides being a mom. Don’t get me wrong, I went and got my degree and I was successful, but I’ve not looked back for a second.

Laura came to our house when Knox & Sloane were about two weeks old. She was there for about 24 hours. She taught us things that of course we would have figured out. However, it was nice not having to waste time doing so. She was right about everything. The babies loved the way she taught us to do the bath; They did great with the schedule; They learned to stretch nighttime feedings. The list goes on.

Going back to sleep training. I know there is a big debate between letting your baby cry it out and not letting them. That is totally a personal decision. I honestly feel like we never dealt with it. We started so early, that they learned to be soothed quickly. They went back to sleep. If they woke up three times, we fed them. The next night they went a bit longer in between feedings. It was maybe only fifteen minutes, but it was longer. By three months, they were sleeping through the night, for twelve hours. It wasn’t until almost ten months later that either of them woke in the night and it was only because of sickies.

True, they might just be good sleepers, but it might have just been what they knew. Babies form habits like anyone else.

So, Brent and I, along with all of our family that watched us do ‘this’ first hand, agree that Moms On Call was such a blessing to us!

I’ve done the “Email Support” from early on, with Laura. Basically, I can email her any question I have and she writes me back. THIS has been SO helpful. She is quick to respond and she knows what she is talking about. She will respond to an email I write always faster than the ped’s nurse calls me back.

Laura wanted you all to have the opportunity to utilize this support, too!

If you sign up within the next three days, you can get THREE MONTHS of UNLIMITED EMAIL SUPPORT for $50. You guys, that’s a great price. I would say it’s way worth every penny plus many, many more. To get this special discount, email Laura – lauramoc@comcast.net – Tell her you would like to sign up for this special and indicate “Megan” sent you :)

****This offer will EXPIRE after THREE DAYS. So Thursday at midnight is the latest you can sign up.

I also highly recommend the online seminars. They were SO helpful. They can show you how to swaddle right there in the video!

She also wants to give one of you one of the new Moms On Call book! It’s for 6-15 months! If you don’t need this, let someone know that does! Or, it would definitely make a great gift. You can find out more about the book here.

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  1. says

    What a great giveaway! My second baby is coming in about 2-3 weeks and this will help me tremendously. My first didn't really have issues sleeping but I know that it's now a different ballgame that I have a toddler.

  2. says

    I have been contemplating a phone consultation but mainly to get the e-mail support. How in depth can you get with that? Can I e-mail our schedule and get advice on how to tweak it, or does it just cover specific questions with quicker answers? Also, the book would be a great addition as our son will be 6 months in September.

  3. says

    I used their online seminar for my newborn last fall and LOVED it! I will definitely use their method for any future children. My child was sleeping long stretches at an early age and so many new moms were envious..the system works!

  4. says

    as mother of 2 (I have a nine year old and a 4 1/2 month old) I feel like I am literally starting over like a brand new mom. there are so many things that i just don't remember about the first time around. I would love to be able to use this book as a reference.

  5. says

    My almost 6 month old is a HORRIBLE sleeper! We're lucky to get 3 hours out of her before she wakes up and will NOT be put back down. She "sleeps" on me for the rest of the night. Sometimes waking up 3-9 more times to "eat" or we might just stay awake for 3-4 hours at a time. I NEED help!

  6. says

    Oh wow!! What a great giveaway… I'm 6 1/2 months pregnant with my twins and completely terrified of how feeding and getting them on schedule is going to work. (I have a 3 year old son- but never have 2 at the same time!!)

  7. says

    What a great giveaway! I'm pregnant with our first and starting to get nervous about our future zombie states. We definitely need this book!

  8. says

    This sounds so helpful! Heaven knows I need all the help I can get to figure out how to take care of these precious girls coming in December!

  9. says

    I'd love to give this a try on my next baby. I would lend it out to my sister for now though…she just had her first!

  10. says

    My boy is pretty good at sleeping through the night but the times he wakes up nothing will calm him until I rock him back to sleep. I'm hoping there's a technique for self soothing !

  11. says

    My little one sleeps well at night, but not a good napper. I need help getting him out of his swing and on a better schedule!

  12. says

    I would love to find out more about babies schedules and how they change as they become toddlers, and to pass this book around to my friends who are moms!

  13. says

    I would love to know more about getting my 6 month old to sleep though the night. He has digestive issues which wake him up. Maybe there is something I'm missing that can help him learn to soothe himself and go back to sleep.

  14. says

    We never had to let E cry much either since we started Moms on Call from the beginning. She has NEVER woken up at night… ever… since she was like 5 weeks old. PRAISE THE LORD!

  15. says

    We're about six weeks away from welcoming our first little girl into our family. She has two older brothers. Any help we could get will be great. Time will be of the essence!

  16. says

    I have a six week old and am about to go back to work in a few weeks. I have two older kiddos as well, and am very much in walking zombie mode! Def need help with sleep. :) Great giveaway!!

  17. says

    What a great giveaway! Even though I have a 5 year old, it's so different with my 4 month old already. They were both/are both super easy kids, but still always looking for more suggestions, thoughts, etc.

  18. says

    Now that our baby is needing discipline and we are really focusing on trying to introduce a sippy cup and wean, I'd love to read the MOC take!

  19. says

    I have boy/girl twins too, and they just turned 6 months old. I have had so many questions about introducing solid foods and how that is going to affect their current schedule. I've read your blog for over two years now and love the fact that we both have twins :)

  20. says

    We've been doing moms on call since our son was 2 weeks! He's 4 months now and i'd love the new book! Their plan works!

  21. says

    I have a three month old and am just starting to think about sleep training and getting him on a schedule. This would be perfect!

  22. says

    My sweetie, Presley, turns 6 months on Aug 8, so this is perfect timing for me to help her learn everything she needs to be the best baby she can be! Hope I win!

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