You’re addicted: the breast, the bottle, the paci, the pacing. Whatever it takes to get some shut-eye. And we don’t just mean Baby’s. Get those Z’s back with help from sleep consultant Dixie Hauth. A doula and mother of two, Hauth cures sleep woes with training and support aimed at parents rather than infants. Her back-to-basics approach covers swaddling, feeding schedules, and consistent daytime behaviors. Plus, she offers daily phone support to short-circuit parental anxiety. If your nursling is under 5 months, Hauth can help you establish good habits or reverse bad ones within two weeks. Just in time to hit the snooze button. Dixie Hauth (firstname.lastname@example.org or dixiedoula.com). READ 123 San Francisco: a Cool Counting Book What: A new page-turner with baby-friendly drawings of local institutions (Coit Tower, the Giants) and flavors (crabs, grapes). Why: Home sweet home. When: Bedtime, of course. Where: Books Inc., 3515 California St., b/t Locust & Spruce Sts. (415-221-3666). SEE There’s a Mystery There: Sendak on Sendak What: Tot-friendly retrospective reveals the stories behind the author’s iconic books through sketches, activities, and touch-screen kiosks. Why: It’s where the wild things are. When: Opens Sept. 8. Tues., 11 a.m. Where: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St., b/t Third & Fourth Sts. (415-655-7800). LEARN MBARI’s Open House What: Peek into the inner workings of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute with robotic submarines and presentations on mysteries of the deep. Why: Plumb the depths. When: Sept. 12. Sat., noon-5 p.m. Where: 7700 Sandholdt Rd., Moss Landing (831-775-1700).