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A Better Bedtime Toddler and Baby Sleep Workshop

I‘m excited to announce A Better Bedtime Toddler and Sleep Workshop of 2019!

If you or anyone you know is a tired parent- share this and save the date for Feb 2 from 9:30-11:30.

I’ll be hosting A Better Bedtime -Baby and Toddler Sleep Workshop for 
babies that are 5 months of age up to toddlers that are 2.5 years.

Here’s a sneak peek at everything we will cover: 

  • Establish 10-12 hour nights of independent crib sleep
  • Teach your baby or toddler to fall asleep independently without leaving him/her to cry it out
  • Make an informed decision about the best sleep coaching method for your family
  • Create calm and relaxing sleep environments
  • Address night wakings
  • Wean night feedings
  • Set up a healthy, developmentally appropriate, flexible nap and daily routine
  • Improve naptime
  • Stay emotionally connected
  • Customize a sleep plan that fits best for your family
  • Handle Setbacks (teething, leaps/ growth spurts, travel, illness, etc…)
  • Get answers for your sleep questions
  • Leave with a sleep plan, resource handouts, action steps to implement a better bedtime in your home
  • Feel empowered to teach your child how to go to sleep and stay asleep with respect and build trust in your relationship
The workshop fee is $55 per person or $75 for a family. 

Register today!

Space is limited and registration closes January 30th! 


Fourth of July- Celebrating with your child

Fourth of July is an eventful and exciting time: picnics, cookouts, family and friends coming and going, fireworks and a lot of loud NOISES. With so many different activities happening, are you wondering how you’re going to help your child cope with all the excitement of the day?   The best and most important tipRead More

Daylight Saving Time- Fall Back in 2014!

Summer has definitely transitioned into fall, as evidenced by the cool, crisp air; leaves changing colors; pumpkin spice EVERYTHING everywhere; and pumpkins lining the doors of most of the homes in the neighborhood.   Also with fall comes the transition of Daylight Saving Time.  November 2, 2014, marks the day we “fall back” and theoreticallyRead More