Does This Sound Familiar?
- Your child will only fall asleep when nursing or bottle feeding.
- Your child needs a soother or pacifier in order to get to sleep.
- You are waking up with your child once, twice, three (or more) times each night.
- Your child needs to be rocked, bounced, or taken for a car ride in order to nap.
- Your own lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on you and your family.
Although a newborn baby will not be ready to sleep through the night, there are many ways to establish healthy sleep patterns over the first few months of their lives.
Infant Sleep Consultation Packages
Two weeks is the minimum amount of time it takes to adjust to changes to your sleep. All infant sleep packages start with a two-week support plan.