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New Moms in Georgia Are Willing to Pay $1,498 for a Good Night’s Sleep


😴 The Gist: A recent survey commissioned by Mixbook revealed that new moms in Georgia would pay an average of $1,498 for a single night of uninterrupted sleep.

🤔 Why It Matters: The survey highlights the immense value new mothers place on sleep and the challenges they face in the early stages of motherhood. Understanding these struggles can help spark conversations about better supporting new moms during this transformative period.

What’s Happening:

  • 58% of new moms admitted that sleep deprivation was tougher to handle than anticipated
  • Given the choice, 58% of moms would prefer one night of uninterrupted sleep over an entire day to themselves

🔍 Between the Lines:

  • South Dakota moms were willing to pay the most for a good night’s sleep at $2,495, while Maine moms valued it at $606
  • 64% of moms are hesitant to use AI for settling their babies, preferring traditional methods

🏃 Catch Up Quick: The survey, conducted ahead of Mother’s Day, involved 3,000 new moms across the United States.

🖼️ The Big Picture: The survey sheds light on the challenges new mothers face and the importance of supporting them through this life-changing journey.

💭 Your Take: As a new mom or someone who knows a new mom, what do you think about the survey’s findings? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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