Are you a sleep deprived parent to a baby who thinks sleep is something only other babies do?
Do you feel frustrated that your baby's sleep seems to be out of your control?
Are you finding that everyone else has an opinion on how to help your baby sleep better, and that somehow you are made to feel like your baby's lack of sleep is your fault?
Do you portray the happy parent image when really you are suffering and no-one seems to be able to offer actual help?
Have you felt the thing you wanted most in the world is somehow destroying you, and you are carrying guilt for feeling this way?
Would you like to be able to put your baby in their cot at bedtime feeling confident that you will have some time to yourself, and that your baby is happy to sleep there until the next morning?
And crucially, would you like to have an evening to spend with your partner getting to know each other, and have a full nights sleep again?
If so, I can help.
I am a holistic sleep consultant who understands what sleep deprivation can do to relationships, quality of work and mental and physical health.
I also understand that knowledge is a very powerful tool which is why I created the Build Your Own Sleep Plan to empower parents and give you choice.
If you are tired of reading book after book and scrolling the internet just to find contradictory information, while not retaining the information due to sleep deprivation, you may find that watching videos with detailed, concise and easy to understand and digest information is what you are looking for.
This course is £99 and comes with 2 months online support in a private Facebook group directly from Nicole who runs Baby2Sleep.
You do not have to go on this journey alone, and you do not have to remortgage your house to get the help you need.
If you wish to speak out this further to decide if it is right for you, then book a free 15 minute chat with Nicole directly and ask her your questions.
You can read reviews here.
You do not have to change everything in one go if you don't want to. Subtle changes can make a big difference, but knowing what to change and why can be one of the keys to success.
I have changed countless lives by reintroducing sleep into families lives again, and know from personal experience how damaging the effects of sleep deprivation are.
When you can put your baby down knowing they are happy to sleep and you can start giving you some time back, you will feel like a different person and your life will change.
If not now, when???
If you want the gift of sleep and happiness, (that does some with some hard work to get there, I won't lie), then give my plans a go and let me help you on your journey to a better nights sleep.
You can read below to find out more about the topics covered.
In this episode, you will find out more about the 2 hormones called melatonin and cortisol, and their impact on normal sleep.
In this episode you will begin to get an understanding of how sleep cycles work and the different types of sleep along with their purpose.
In this episode you will find a bit more of what to look for in order to help sleep happen.
Why are naps so important and why is getting the timing right key for your baby? You can find out in this episode.
How many daytime naps do babies this age typically need , and how much daytime sleep in general?
This module will explain how sleep associations work and the link they have with regards to connecting sleep cycles.
In this episode you will get some ideas on how to create a calm, sleep conducive bedtime routine to help everyone.
In this episode, I will talk about dreamfeeding as an option, response feeding, and how to help reduce night feeds by eliminating hunger as the reason for night wakings.
No-one likes hearing a baby cry, so in this section I will be giving you useful information on how you can respond and comfort your baby should they be upset.
Here I talk about various options to help your baby to sleep well, and why I may or may, not recommend them.
This episode covers the basic things that you need to have prepared, before you start making major changes to your child's sleep routine.
This episode talks about Gradual retreat as a settling strategy.
If you are wanting to maintain contact with your baby while breaking a different sleep association, this may be for you.
You will have no doubt heard of separation anxiety, but what is it, and how can we help our baby's when they are going through it? This video will give you some great ideas in supporting your baby through these new developments.
Why is using a sleep diary important? What can it show you, how do you know what you are looking for, and how can it help you move things forward?
In this video, I go into much more detail about the importance of sleep diaries, and how best to use them.
I hope you have found this guide helpful and have made some positive changes.
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