Sleep Makes

Everything Better

How Good Can It Be?

Hi, I’m Kim Rogers.

I’m a solo mom of a little boy, and my passion is helping families get the sleep they need.

I’m a champion of postpartum support, maternal mental health and infant mental health.

I believe that secure attachment happens when parents have enough energy to be emotionally available and responsive to their children.

It happens when...

  • Families feel healthy and well.

  • Parents can show up for life, for their children, and for each other.

  • Moms have energy to enjoy motherhood.

  • Children enjoy their childhood.

  • And when everyone, baby included, loves being alive.

When my child was a baby, he cried often and didn't nap. I was told that this is normal, this is motherhood. No one sleeps.

Then he started waking every hour at night. After many weeks and months, I couldn’t take it anymore.

To say that we were both suffering is an understatement.

Do you know the feeling?

When your baby has finally gone down for a nap, and you want to sleep too. But there’s a laundry list of to-dos in your head. Then she wakes after 30 minutes.

When you rock, bounce and sing forever, then finally put her in her crib, only to hear her wake a shortly after.


Sleeping Well Consulting In the News


"Hiring Kim as a sleep consultant for my baby was one of the best investments I’ve ever made! My little boy learned to self-soothe and started sleeping through the night from around 7.30 pm to 7am. I’m now a well-rested and much happier mama. I had read a couple of baby sleep books, and they were helpful, but the fact is that babies are all different and when things don’t go according to plan, it makes all the difference to have someone to ask what to do and coach you through it. Kim has a baby of her own, so I knew she understood all the little quirks and concerns. Kim is both assertive and caring in her approach, which is exactly what you need in a sleep consultant."  --Natalie

"I never could have imagined that I’d enjoy sleeping 8+ hours. All my life I’ve never needed to sleep much, 4-6 hours was plenty. When our first-born came, sh*t got real. Fast. I was irritable, me and my wife were arguing like stars in a latin soap opera. Our little one couldn’t sleep for more than 2 hours. I kept trying to figure out what was wrong, and all I could do was seek any sliver of light from my lonely cave, exhausted and worn from constant crying. I talked with every parent-friend, read forums, blogs, and books. None of those one size fits all solutions worked for our fussy little angel. My wife insisted we try sleep training, it’s custom made for our family. Boom. Our little one is now sleeping 11+ hours regularly after just a few days of some specific adjustments, and now I sleep for 8+ hours right along with her. I have embraced how magical sleep is, and the difference it makes with everyone’s health and well-being. It’s like I can see rainbows and taste my favorite meal again for the first time! Sleep training our daughter was one of the best commitments we have made." -- Albert

"Maddie is like a totally different kid when it comes to sleeping now. I greatly appreciate your help, coaching, and tips. It's crazy that you try to keep your child safe by putting up a baby gate and unintentionally cause her to have anxiety and stress and keep her from sleeping. I'm really amazed at how well this worked. She has been sleeping through the night. Also, today she took a nap IN HER BED!!!!!! Daycare said that she has been napping good there too and that she is getting up with the other kids on her own now (I suppose she is more well rested). Thank you so much!" -- Elise Bugg

Sleep Problems I Help Solve

  • Frequent night wakings.
  • Difficulty falling asleep.
  • The need to fall asleep by rocking, nursing, pacifier, bottle or any other "prop."
  • Waking too early in the morning.
  • Difficulty napping, short naps, no naps.
  • Transition from co-sleeping to crib, crib to bed, and from parent's room to child's own room.
  • Difficulty keeping your little one in bed all night.
  • Sleep issues during traveling and times of illness.

I often say that sleep training is a misnomer. You won't be training your child to do something, but rather, you'll be allowing your child natural sleep and allowing your child to follow his or her instincts to do what comes naturally. I'll show you the signs to watch for as your child is putting himself or herself to sleep, and how to nudge your little one in that direction if they are frustrated, all while offering your comforting support and presence.

Some call it compassionate sleep training or sleep teaching, or gentle sleep training. My methods are personalized for your child and family situation, to ensure the least amount of stress and crying so that your child can go to sleep easily and peacefully night after night in the fastest amount of time.

I will take the time to evaluate your child's needs and learn how to help him or her fall asleep more easily and stay asleep during the night.

Contact me today to learn how we can work together or if you have any questions!

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Does White Noise Put Babies to Sleep?

By kimrogers | May 10, 2019

Hands up if this sounds familiar… Your fussy baby finally falls asleep for her afternoon nap and you sit down for a much needed moment to yourself only to hear a car with a broken muffler roaring down the street. Just like that, Sleeping Beauty is wide awake and mad… NOT a good combination. Or…

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Daylight Savings Sleep Tips

By kimrogers | Mar 10, 2018

And How to Spring Forward to Help Your Early Riser Sleep Later It’s that time of year again – time to spring your clocks forward one hour. While most everyone dreads losing an hour of sleep, many of you are worried about how the time change will affect your child’s sleep schedule. Here are some…

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Developmental Milestones and Sleep Regressions

By kimrogers | May 18, 2017

Does every developmental milestone cause a sleep regression? A baby with great sleep habits, which includes regular naps and bedtimes will have a much easier time adjusting to developmental milestones. In fact, you may not even be aware that your baby is adjusting to a developmental milestone during the night if you have a great…

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The Four-Month Sleep Regression

By kimrogers | Feb 3, 2017

What happened to my good little sleeper? If you’re asking yourself that or have already asked yourself that, you may be experiencing the dreaded four-month regression. Here’s what it looks like: You thought things were getting better. You were getting longer stretches at night. Then suddenly, your baby started waking every two to three hours,…

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How Much Sleep Do We Need?

By kimrogers | Jan 2, 2017

As a culture we seem perpetually concerned about how much sleep we need versus how much we actually get (called our “sleep debt”). And also as a culture, many adults and children seem to function on a chronic sleep debt. Below is a discussion on the amount of sleep needed for each age group (including…

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Why Won’t My Baby Sleep?

By kimrogers | Nov 5, 2016

This is a question I often asked my son when he was 3 or 4 months old. I asked it in a sweet voice; I asked it in a pleading voice; I asked it in a sobbing voice, but no matter how many times I asked, he never gave me the answer. I can remember…

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Three Myths About Sleep Training Your Baby

By kimrogers | Nov 4, 2016

Do you want to know something that really gets me fired up? It’s when Moms (either online or in real life) are talking sleep, and I hear comments like this: “You should just enjoy getting up to nurse all night – someday he’ll be all grown up and you’ll miss it.” Or… “You were the…

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SIDS Awareness & Safe Co-Sleeping

By kimrogers | Nov 4, 2016

There’s no way to sugar coat it: SIDS is truly is a parent’s worst nightmare. I remember worrying to the point where I woke up several times a night to check on my son while he was sleeping. I was exhausting myself, and finally I had to sit down and come to terms with my…

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Breaking The Nightly Bottle (Or Nursing To Sleep) Habit

By kimrogers | Oct 29, 2016

This week’s question comes from Teresa. “My 11-month-old goes to bed with a bottle and wakes for a bottle in the night. How do I break her of this habit?” Good question, Teresa! When you put your baby in bed at night, it’s fine to include the bottle in her routine. You could start with…

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Kim Rogers began Sleeping Well Consulting in North Carolina. She serves families in person locally and virtually all over the world.