Is your baby EVER going to sleep well?
Maybe she was once a good sleeper, or maybe it’s been like this from the start. Maybe you’ve read up a little, gotten some advice, or you feel like you should just know what to do, but nothing’s working.
People tell you “he’ll grow out of it”… but somehow he never has. You feel like it’s always been this way, and maybe… maybe (but you’re afraid to say it), this is just the way it’s going to be.
Maybe she’s waking at the crack of dawn. Maybe it’s naps you’re struggling with. Maybe bedtime is miserable. Maybe you’re up all night trying to get her to sleep. Or maybe it’s a little of each.
The only thing you’re sure of is that your baby can DEFINITELY be sleeping better than he is now. And so can you. But you’re at a loss as to how to make it happen. You’re so good at getting things done, but you just feel so frustrated (and exhausted!) because you don’t know what else you can do to make it better.
You love your baby, and want to be the best mother possible, but you feel like you’re just not managing. What happened to the calm, happy, efficient person you used to be?
What if I told you it didn’t have to be this way?
You get a full night of sleep every single night – because your baby does too. You’re able to wake in the morning feeling rested and refreshed, and ready to start your day.
You actually have a routine in your day. You know when to put her in, and know that she’s actually going to go to sleep for the night, or take a real nap.
You have time and energy to give attention to your other kids and keep your house in order. You can finally spend some time with your husband again, too. You can take a long, hot shower, get dressed up and go out, or go to sleep early.
Your daytimes are transformed too. Your baby is so much calmer and happier. He’s able to play by himself without needing to be held constantly, he has fewer meltdowns and is less reckless.
You feel good about your mothering again, and you feel confident that you have a plan of action and know what to do both now and down the line. And you’re able to enjoy being with your baby.
So how does that feel?
Sounds like a dream?
Let’s make it come true.
I’m a sleep consultant for exhausted Jewish mothers,
and I can help you teach your baby or toddler to fall asleep quickly and easily so that you can have a predictable routine and get the sleep you need.
After working together, your baby will:
Know how to fall asleep on his own.
Sleep for 12 hours straight every single night – without a single wakeup!
Predictably take good naps during the day.
Have all the amazing sleep skills she’ll need to be a super sleeper her whole life.
And of course, that means that you’ll:
Have a more predictable routine.
Have more time to sleep.
Have a ridiculous amount of knowledge and self-confidence with this whole baby sleep thing.
Be able to get back to doing the things you want (and need!) to do.
Have more time for your other kids, your husband and yourself.
So how do we go about doing that?
Tell Me EVERYTHING Questionnaire
This is all about you, your baby and your family – so we’ll start off by customizing this experience for YOU. You’ll tell me everything about what your day looks like, what your struggles are and what you’re doing so I can be sure to build the best plan for you.
A Customized Sleep & Daytime Plan built just for you and your family
This is no “tear out of a book” or “pull off the Internet” one size fits all kinda thing – it’s the real deal. Because you and your family are unique.
Private 90 Minute Consultation
We’ll meet (virtually, of course) and go over the plan in detail – so you can feel 100% confident as you move forward. I’ll be available to answer any questions you have and clarify everything as you get started.
6 weeks of in-depth follow-up support
No two children are the same and every single one of my clients charts their own path – which can be a bit bumpy at times. We’ll speak regularly during our time together, and you’ll have access to me by email to fine-tune and smooth out any bumps you hit along the way.
Wrap Up and Move Forward phone call
We’ll discuss what you can expect from your baby AFTER our time together too – no surprises for you, Super Mommy!
ALL My “Moving Forward” Guides In Your Back Pocket
Life happens! Travel, transitions, moving, yom tov, time changes… all the things that can mess with a baby’s amazing sleep skills. But not your baby! This guide bundle – including nap transitions, awake time limits, travel and vacation, early morning wakeups and clock changes – will walk you through the upcoming months so you know exactly what to do to keep that sleep on track.
At the end of our time together, your baby will know how to fall asleep on his own so that he’ll be able to sleep well – both now and in the future. And that means more sleep for you, and time to be the mommy, wife and self that you want to be.
Payment Plan available
Step 1: Press this lovely yellow button to schedule a complimentary Discovery Call with me
Step 2: Watch your email for questions from me.
Step 3. Hit “reply” to that email and answer the questions.
Step 4. At the scheduled time of our call, we’ll chat! We’ll use the opportunity to make sure we’re the perfect fit before you commit.
Step 5. Then we’ll get started! If you decide to work with me, I’ll tell you the exact steps for getting started. If you decide not to work with me or if we aren’t a perfect fit, I’m happy to share other resources to help you get what you need.
Have questions? Shoot me an email.
Wondering what moms I work with are saying?
We feel such freedom and light-heartedness to have a dependable schedule. We are able to plan to go at night and get a baby sitter NO PROBLEM! I can leave things for after bedtime (laundry, daily clean up, reading, going for a walk, etc.) because I know I’ll have that time. I can also get to bed in time to have energy for the next day.
Your support and confidence inspired us that change was possible. Referring to your clear sleep plan helped us be on the same page and cut out struggling over decisions.
I’m a busy working mother of four, and before we started, I couldn’t tackle a sink full of dishes or a load of laundry and expect to finish the job because Motty would inevitably wake up and cry. The other children were not able to get proper attention because Motty’s needs seemed more pressing.
After working together, he is now able to put himself to sleep. He doesn’t need me to nurse him, rock him, or push him in the stroller. He is able to get enough hours of restful sleep to be happy during the day.
I have more time for the other children (and myself!), and more time to bond with Motty, especially in the bedtime and nap time routines we implemented.