How far would you go to get a decent night's sleep? Parents of newborns might say they are willing to give their right arm to get their lil one to sleep through the night, but many are actually spending up to $800 to have a sleep consultant help them through 3 a.m. wakings.
According to a story in the Los Angeles Times, sleep trainers are in high demand, despite the lagging economy. The reporter found that educated professionals are "increasingly befuddled and over-educated parents [are] drowning in information overload."
Sixty-five percent of LilSugar readers took care of their newborns on their own, but plenty of moms and dads are willing to outsource some tasks. Would you?