Every night seems like yet another struggle with:
You have no routine in place and rely on rocking, feeding, laying with, hand-holding, or even driving your child around to get them to fall asleep.
Staying in Bed
Your child will happily get in bed at bedtime, but frequently wakes up, asking you to come to their bed… or if they can spend the night in yours.
We all know those mornings… It feels like you finally got to sleep only to be woken a few hours later before the sun has come up– not ideal.
Waking up every few hours to feed your baby back to sleep can be exhausting.. and months of broken sleep can start to take its toll.
Short naps, late naps, naps on the go… Or maybe you’re stuck in disaster naps, wondering how to put your baby down without a struggle.
Suddenly your child is more alert and aware… even at 2:30 in the morning. And then awake again at 4 am… and it seems near impossible to get back on track.
We are fans of safe co-sleeping, but only if you want to be. Many parents accidentally began co-sleeping just to get through the night… and now you’re ready to move your baby or toddler into their own crib and/or their own room.
We know that you want to help your baby get the rest they need in a way that supports the bond you’ve nurtured...
And you’re not willing to sacrifice their emotional health and wellbeing with sleep training strategies that leave all involved shedding a few if not A LOT of tears.