If you have bad nights, horrible nights and the occasional good night that makes you hope for more, it can be a million times better. Restful, restorative sleep can be yours every night in about a week or less.
Babies can figure out how to go to sleep when left all alone, but it takes a long time. There’s also more stress, both for them and their parents. When babies are comforted and nudged in the direction of sleep, they quickly learn how to use their bodies and natural abilities. They get comfortable in their bodies and beds and put themselves to sleep. They learn so fast without the unnecessary stress. And they welcome sleep!
Signs that babies over 3 months are ready to put themselves to sleep are: taking longer and longer to go to sleep (often crying the whole time), waking soon after going to sleep, and waking frequently in the night or from naps. It’s almost as if they are saying, “Nothing is working! I want to do this on my own, but I don’t know how yet!”
He was smiling when I laid him down and he didn’t make a peep. Mildly terrifying, but I’m thrilled! He’s such an easy going little guy now! I know regressions might still happen, but this is such an incredible transformation that we’re pretty peaceful about anything else that comes.
Kim individually writes each child’s sleep plan. It’s a night and daytime plan that ensures success in the fastest amount of time with the least amount of stress. She provides unlimited support, including immediate response text support. And she works with you to maintain success for the long term.
If you’re ready for a change, Kim at Sleeping Well Consulting can make it happen. Most of the families who use Kim’s easy-to-follow plan have their baby sleeping 11 to 12 hours a night in just a few nights.
- In-Depth Assessment
- Fully customized sleep and daytime plan
- Private on-on-one consultation
- Nursery Assessment
- One Month of Support
- 4 follow-up phone calls
- Email support
- Sleep Tracking
- Sleeping Well Toolkit
Frank is a wonderful sleeper now. He barely made a peep after his feeding last night