You've been exhausted since the day you got home. While being sleepy is a part of being a new mother or parent, you're worried you'll never sleep again. You've made it through the first weeks weeks at home but now you're facing the end of maternity leave and you're facing the transition back to work. You're worried you might mess something up at work because you're so tired.
You’re going back to work. You're not sure how baby will adjust once you go back to work. Since baby's days and nights are a bit unorganized at this age, your days are all over the place with no schedule. You're doing everything you can do get your baby to sleep but you don't want to have to bounce, rock, wear or drive baby around to get him or her to fall asleep.
You wish your baby's days and nights were more consistent. It takes baby time to develop a circadian rhythm but you aren't sure when that will be. You want a solid plan to help you get your child sleeping through the night and be on a good nap schedule. When your baby sleeps at night, you get to rest as well.
You're worried how your baby will transition to daycare/nanny or another caregiver. You're going back to work soon and you have lots of ways to get your newborn to sleep for naps and at bedtime. And you want to ensure that your baby's caregiver or daycare provider will be able to get baby to sleep when it's time for a nap but don't know how to get baby on a schedule.
Imagine how you’ll feel when your baby falls asleep easily. You’ll feel more put together, organized and less stressed. You’ll no longer be searching the internet for ‘help my baby sleep' at 2:00am, reading another book about sleep or have to try another piece advice from well-meaning family and friends. You’ll no longer fear bedtime because you and your child get to enjoy the quality time together. Imagine being able to lay your baby down in their crib and say goodnight. Best of all, you and your baby will sleep at night.
You’re ready to make a change but aren’t sure where to start.
Does any of this feel familiar to you?
Is your baby awake all night and sleeps more during the day?
Are you worried your child won't transition to daycare or a nanny when you return to work?
Does your child rely on you to always falls asleep using sleep props such as rocking, swinging, pacifier, nursing, etc?
Are you unsure when you should start to have a schedule for baby?
When you complete Mama's Going Back to Work, you will:
Finally be able to sleep at night without constantly wondering when the baby will wake up next and how you’ll get them back to sleep.
Be able to read your baby's sleep cues and know how to implement a regular sleep schedule.
Know how to teach your baby how to fall asleep independently using methods you choose.
Whether bottle or breast fed, your baby will sleep well at night.
Learn how to reduce and eventually eliminate night feedings when baby is ready.
Learn how your baby's sleep will change through the first years and how to mitigate dreaded sleep regressions, growth spurts and teething!
Learn simple strategies to make traveling with baby easier so you'll both sleep well while you're on the road, and continue the great sleep once you return home.
And best of all, you'll have the support of a recognized children's sleep expert to support you and answer all your questions along the way!
Ready for great sleep? Check out the ways I can help you.
Baby Sleep 101 - Learn the basics of what's normal for newborn sleep
Newborn Sleep Education: This 1-hour video call teaches you all about your newborn's sleep and what's normal, such as how much sleep they need and how to get them sleeping during the night vs the days. You'll learn how to recognize when your baby is tired, how to keep night feedings simple & easy and how to start your baby on the path to sleeping through the night. This is NOT sleep training, it's an education about sleep. And learn it all from the comfort of your couch!
Continuing the Great Sleep: Learn how to navigate common sleep challenges, such as those dreaded regressions, meeting milestones, illnesses, teething, nap transitions and even how to travel with baby; so you can continue the great sleep as baby grows!
Check-in call after baby comes home: Includes one, 20-minute check in support call to answer questions and start your baby's sleep (and yours) off to a great start.
1-hour baby sleep 101 class and 1x 20-min followup call: $199
Makes a great gift for anyone! No matter your parenting style, all parents need sleep. I'll show you how to get more of it.
Mama's Going Back to Work--3 Month Newborn Sleep Package
Comprehensive Sleep Assessment: This in-depth profile assesses different factors that affect your child’s sleep, help identify areas for improvement and give you a concrete strategy to help your to learn how to sleep at night. I'll look at things such as your baby's current days and nights, where they're sleeping, amount baby is feeding, baby's temperament, your parenting style and even things like your family's daily routine to create your baby's sleep plan.
Step-by-Step Written Sleep Plan: Created just for your baby, this step-by-step written sleep plan will guide you overto change your baby’s sleep from unpredictable to sleeping through the night, giving up night feedings when Baby is ready and taking good naps. You'll learn how to introduce healthy, independent sleep skills and how to help baby practice these new skills.
In-Home or Online Consultation: During your 60 minute in-home or online plan review, we’ll discuss your child’s current sleep situation, the ways it’s being affected and how to teach your baby to sleep at night. I'll show you gentle methods to teach your child to fall asleep independently, that you choose, and I’ll walk you through your written plan so you’re 100% confident you know how to handle things. Change happens very gradually at this age and I want to educate you about how to help your baby learn how to fall asleep independently.
12 weeks of Unlimited Follow-Up Support to Help You: Yes, you read that right, unlimited communication with me for 3 months to help teach your baby to learn how to fall asleep without your assistance, transitioning to the crib, sleeping through the night and taking great daytime naps. We'll track your child’s progress to ensure we get the right amount of sleep for your baby. You have a question, ask and you'll get an answer.
How to Continue the Great Sleep as Baby Grows: This is the ultimate in newborn sleep help! Unlike night nannies or doulas, you'll feel empowered as a parent to help your baby sleep. I'll teach you how to navigate common sleep challenges, such as the dreaded sleep regression, what to do when your baby reaches developmental milestones, dealing with illnesses, teething, nap transitions and even how to travel with baby; so once you have a baby that sleeps all night, you can ensure your baby sleeps well even through the toughest sleep challenges!
3 months of sleep assistance for your newborn: $1999
Add 3 hours of bedtime support on the first night of your plan for only $250 (available within 30 miles of Owings, MD; outside of that radius may incur additional travel fees)
Interested in working with me to get your baby sleeping at night? Here are the next steps: Step 1. Send me a contact request form me and tell me a bit about your needs. Step 2. I'll contact you to schedule a free, 15-minute call to talk about your child's sleep situation, your goals and how I may be of assistance. Step 3. We'll schedule your in-home or online consultation ASAP so you and your baby can started getting the sleep you both need. Step 4. Sit back and feel relief that you'll finally have a solution to your help your baby sleep at night!
Like lots of moms, I struggled with my own daughter's sleep and felt lost, not knowing what I should do. I understand how you feel...exhausted, frustrated and just hoping for a few extra hours of sleep. I found a solution that worked for my family and now I want to show other parents that you and your child can get a full night of sleep using methods you choose. Just because you're a parent doesn't mean you have to be sleep deprived! I'm fully supportive of breastfeeding your baby or child as long as you choose. I'll show you how to continue the breastfeeding relationship and have your baby sleep all night. Learn More
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Interested in learning more about me or how I can help your child sleep all night? Contact me today and learn how I help families get the sleep they need. I work with clients all over the world as well as the Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia areas, in person. Just click on the button below to send me a contact request. You will be contacted promptly so we can get your family sleeping as soon as possible.