We love Dr. Molly's approach to ties and little ones. However, we feel that the recovery and stretching process, specifically the stretches in the middle of the night could do with more awareness for the parents. We did not feel adequately informed of that and also felt (based on research that we've done) that there should be some options (such as doing more stretching during the day so as not to have to wake our son up in the middle of the night for that long of time) for the process. We asked more than a dozen different physicians both who do ties and those who have had them done with their children using the laser technology that Dr. Molly uses and all but 1 of them told us that they never did any stretching in the middle of the night, but instead, did more stretches more often during the day and none of their kids and patients ties reattached. We are wondering if there is another reason that has not been communicated to us as to why Dr, Molly's office is so adamant about waking in the middle of the night to do the stretches. We have found that impossible to sustain as our household is not able to go back to sleep at all afterwards because the process is so traumatic and therefore are unable to function properly the next day. I would understand if he was an infant and we were waking for feedings anyway, but as a toddler who sleeps through the night... I just don't get it.