Sometimes, we only need a phone conversation, and I am able to give you the information you need to get your child sleeping great again. However, that is not always the case. Sometimes kids need a more personal approach. I get to know your child and family first, then use that information to create a customized sleep plan that is best suited to address your child's sleep issues. Then, I am there to guide and support your family during the changes needed to promote sleep success.
Taking the guess work out of sleep is what I do!
The spring time change, AKA, the beginning of daylight saving time, is coming! Love it or hate it, we have schedules to keep and making sure your child doesn’t lose an hour of sleep is important. In the spring, we turn our clocks ahead one hour, which means that if you do nothing to prepare for it, you and your family may find it difficult to make your mind and body fall asleep 1 hour before it is used to. But it can also be a blessing for families with a child that likes to wake up before 7 a.m.
If you want a simple, but gentler approach to just making your child go to bed and nap 1 hour earlier, I recommend doing it in 2 steps. For example, if your toddler usually takes a nap around 12:30 p.m., adjust this to 12:00 p.m. for the three days before the time change.
Love it or hate it, daylight saving time is ending. This time of year, we will “Fall Back” an hour. As a parent, we know that our children thrive off structure and predictability. That’s why going to bed at the same time every night and waking up at the same time every morning works so well with them. So, what is the best way to handle this extra hour, without the wheels on the bus flying off?
It all depends on the time frame you have to prepare and what works best for your family.
Life is hard when you're not sleeping. As a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant, I teach families how to live a well-rested life.