Are you pregnant and looking to learn more about what to expect once baby arrives?
Or do you have a newborn who is under 16 weeks who is up all night and asleep all day? Or maybe their daytime and nighttime sleep is all over the place?
Or maybe this is your second or third child and you want a refresher course to getting started again, and setting your new baby up for maximum sleep success?
You’ve come to the right place!
Here for you. Here to help.
I have dedicated my life’s work to helping families (especially moms!) to live their best life, be the moms they want to be, AND help their babies get all the sleep they need to grow and develop in the healthiest way possible.
In my decade of experience as a mom and sleep consultant, I really have seen it all. And it truly does take a village to get through this motherhood game.
I guarantee that everyone you know has warned you to say goodbye to sleep for the next 18 years or so, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
I don’t advise attempting to sleep train your newborn, but I do have an arsenal of tools, backed by scientific research, to encourage your baby to get the best (and most!) sleep possible in these crucial first few weeks of life.
My Newborn Sleep Program is a one-stop shop for thriving in those first 16 weeks of life.
Let’s do this,
Welcome to Motherhood! Or, welcome back
When your new baby arrives, well, there’s nothing really in the world to prepare you! It’s an amazing, life-changing, exhilarating, emotional, sometimes scary, and oftentimes challenging new adventure. And I want you to know right now, The Baby Sleep Trainer is here for you!
As an experienced mother of two and a certified sleep consultant who has helped thousands of families get their babies and toddlers to sleep, I developed the Baby Sleep Trainer method to help babies and toddlers get the sleep they need at night and take healthy naps during the day. And while my method is highly reviewed, I actually don’t advise sleep training babies until they are at least 16 weeks of age based on their estimated due date.
The First 16 Weeks of Life
I believe the first 16 weeks of life are all about mama and baby staying healthy, getting to know each other, and thriving! That is my primary hope and goal for you.
Every newborn is different. Using the guidelines in this program will provide you with my time and client-tested advice for helping your newborn sleep their best, and if it’s possible for your baby to have longer naps or lengthier periods of overnight sleep, then it will happen by using this program. Know that many newborns will continue to struggle with short naps and regular night wakings until their bodies are physically capable of sleeping more soundly and for longer stretches. This program is designed to help you navigate — to your and baby’s best capabilities — those first 16 weeks of life until baby is physically able to start a more disciplined sleep training routine.
Is your baby over 16 weeks?
I guarantee that everyone you know has warned you to say goodbye to your sleep for the next 18 years or so, but it doesn’t have to be that way. I have an arsenal of tools, backed by scientific research, to encourage your baby to get the best (and most!) sleep possible in these crucial first few weeks of life. Yes, it is inevitable that there may still be some sleepless nights and zombie days in the beginning, but if you follow my advice, you and baby will be a part of an exclusive group of parents that only have to go through a few sleepless nights rather than weeks or even years!