Sleep from the Heart
Sleep from the Heart was inspired by 5 years of helping families with their children’s sleep.
All families have unique sleep challenges to overcome. Sometimes getting baby to sleep is the real difficulty; baby can only be nursed to sleep and the breastfeeding parent feels trapped. Other times multiple night wakings are taking their toll and parents are waking for the day depleted, angry and anxious.
We would love to help you help your child fall asleep more independently at bedtime, and see them return to sleep overnight with minimal support. Obviously babies don’t sleep like adults do! If they did, heck.. We’d all be sleeping! This course will educate you on your baby’s sleep needs, while also offering you hands-on techniques to settle your child more quickly.
Who we are, and why we care to see you be successful with an attachment-focused approach
Foundations of Healthy Sleep
Our holistic checklist to set you up for success with our program.
Forming Healthy Attachments
Why choose a gentler approach to your child’s sleep and not cry-it-out.
General Overview of Making Change
The general path of steps we will take to get your family more sleep.
Making Changes to Your Baby’s Sleep
The specific actions we recommend to improve bedtime, decrease night wakings, and elongate naps.
What to Expect as You Make Change
Let us help you ride the rollercoaster of change with success, and come out the other side with renewed hope.
Bonus: Tips & Tricks for Future Challenges
We want to set you up for long-term success. This module covers travel, illness, teething, and future sleep progressions.
This sleep course is attachment-focused. We provide hands-on strategies that you can use to help your child go to sleep, and remain asleep.
The presented content is just shy of two hours. Many families watch 1 module per day and finish in 5 days.
Most families will see an improvement in their child’s sleep in the first 3 – 4 days of implementing the techniques. Change takes time, however, and most families are actively engaged in making change for 3 – 6 weeks.
Yes. Definitely. Night wakings when your child falls asleep independently will be addressed.
When parents are 100% committed we see a very high success rate in getting babies to sleep 10 – 12 hours overnight with minimal support. Some families will need increased support and accountability. We can help you with that.
Most people tell us this! But, we have been offering sleep support for 5 years and have worked with 500+ babies. We guarantee we have something you have yet to try to help your baby sleep in a more restful way.
Our kids are always changing. We recommend starting to make sleep changes when your child is well. But, download and watch the modules so you are prepared to start when they are ready. Teething and development are discussed in the course.
Crying is a natural normal part of human development. This program is a never cry alone program, not a never cry program. We do believe it is important for parents to value their child’s cry and respond in a way they are comfortable with. We will help you form a plan to be physically and emotionally responsive to your crying child.
Yes. Many children up to age 1 will need at least 1 – 2 night feeds. Overnight feeding is discussed.
Yes. We offer 3 different support package options, 2 of which have support calls included.
Yes. It would be helpful to parents of multiples, but there is no twin specific advice. You would be treating each child as unique while moving through the components.
We offer advice for exclusively breast/chest fed babies, exclusive bottle fed babies, and combination feeders.
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