Yep, been there.
What if instead of the bedtime marathon and midnight meal times, your sweet little one was happily drifting through dreamland for a full night’s rest? We are all better versions of ourselves with the sleep we need, and you and your child are no different. My proven method will have your little one snoozing through sweet dreams in less than a week.
As a recovering co-sleeper and pulling-my-hair-out-because-my-kid-isn’t-sleeping Mom, I know exactly where you’re at, because I’ve been there. There’s nothing more debilitating than running on no rest for weeks on end, and nothing more frustrating than a baby who won’t sleep when you know they’re tired. (Trust me, your baby is just as frustrated, too.)
You’ve heard it all — from “Let him cry.” and “She’ll fall asleep eventually!” to every last suggestion (that you said you’d never try — until you did) in the book, and nothing seems to be working for your family. That’s where I come in.
Impartial, never-judgy and science-based, solutions-oriented sleep enthusiast.
That’s right. It’s time for bed. Let’s get to it.
Prenatal & Newborn
(< 12 Weeks)
Are you expecting or the parent to a brand new bundle of joy? Congratulations! Let’s work together to establish sustainable sleep practices and learn in-the-moment strategies that will keep you and your baby rested and ready for all sorts of new adventures!
Baby & Young ToddleR
The number of sleep issues that can arise for an infant in their first year is extraordinary. The most common ones I can help you tackle are feeding or rocking to sleep, frequent nighttime or early morning wake-ups and daytime napping challenges. But you name your struggle, and I’m here to help solve it.
Toddler & Big Kid
(2.5 years and Older)
Maybe the “baby stage” was a literal dream, but now that you’ve got a “big kid” you’ve got bigger problems. Bedtime battles like staying in their bed or room, holding you “hostage” to fall asleep, and crib to bed transitions are all things I can help you address.