What if I told you you could lay your baby down, walk away, and know with confidence that he or she will not only fall asleep independently but stay asleep? For naps AND bedtime!
Whether you're struggling getting your little one to sleep, or with multiple night wakings, or early mornings, or short naps, it doesn't have to stay that way! Let's work together to implement a sleep training plan that's developmentally appropriate for your child and that works best for your family.
at A quick glance
I am confident that by following the sleep plan with consistency, you will have an independent sleeper when we wrap up!
We will be in touch over the phone and /or email to further navigate your newborn's sleep as you implement the plan.
Once the questionnaire is complete and the call is booked, I will personalize a sleep plan that we'll go through on the call.
Next you will book a 60-90 minute consultation to go over your baby's
sleep plan in detail.
You will then get a questionnaire to fill out about your baby's sleep and your family's schedule and goals.
Select which baby sleep package will best support you. You'll then be led to sign a contract and pay the invoice.
"[Two] words: LIFE CHANGING!!!! We thought our 9 month old was having sleep regression but after nearly 2 months of her progressively getting worse each night and waking up 7 times, vomiting from crying so hard, trying everything possible including letting her sleep in our bed, fussing during the daytime, and hardly taking naps...we decided to try Lauren (who was referred to us by a friend). We didn't even know sleep consultants were a thing. We are so incredibly grateful for her. She has changed our entire family's life. I no longer have to function in zombie mode. Our little Lucy sleeps for about 11 hours each night and takes 2 naps during the daytime..."
Kayla L. from Texas
No! The Cry-it-Out method means you lay your baby down, walk away, and no matter what the level of crying is, you stay out of their room until morning. While my sleep training plans do most often involve some crying, I walk parents through a plan to give their baby the time and space they need to fall asleep in their crib, while also comforting them and supporting them along the way. You can read more about my sleep training philosophy (and crying) here.
Yes! As a breastfeeding mom myself, I'm passionate about making sure you know that no matter how you feed your baby, they are capable of sleep! We will practice keeping your baby awake during feeds and separating sleeping from feeding, so your baby does not rely on the breast or bottle feeding to get to sleep.
Yes! Babies under 6 months of age, especially, often still need a night feeding, so I will write these feeds right into the plan. Similarly, if your baby has a medical challenge or the doctor has advised you to continue night feeds with your baby, I will personalize the sleep plan around your little one's needs. You can read more about what it looks like to sleep train a baby who still needs night feedings here.
Yes! While I do not work with families who plan to continue to bed share, you can absolutely still room share and sleep train your baby.
Yes! Families of twins and triplets are capable of sleep, too. Your babies will be following the same sleep plan and I will personalize the plan according to what your specific family's needs are.
Yes! The beauty of technology is that I am able to work with families local to Northern Virginia, as well as those worldwide! All of our interactions are virtual, whether you're local or not.
Or wondering if this is the right fit for your family? Book a (free) discovery call to share more about your newborn and your family's sleep goals and I would love to chat more about what it would look like to work together!
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My son was nearly 5 months old, but just 3 months adjusted, when I decided to reach out to Lauren because I was completely lost trying to figure out how much sleep he should be getting.
Lauren jumped at our unique challenge and was able to figure out exactly what worked for our little guy.
Megan G. from Ohio