What to Expect when Your
PreNatal Sleep Education
What to Expect When You’re Expecting?
That’s Where I come In.
I work with excited, expecting parents and exhausted new parents – like you, who want to avoid all the dreaded sleep issues you read about, by teaching your little one healthy sleep habits right from the beginning of your little one’s life.
Having a new baby is one of the most exciting yet exhausting experiences. You just want to sleep when the baby sleeps. And there isn’t enough coffee in the world to keep you feeling functional.
You’re overwhelmed by all the information you’ve Googled on newborn sleep and don’t even know where to start.
You’re at your wits end because all your new bundle of joy does is eat, sleep, and poop, and just when you think you’ll catch a break, the cycle starts over, leaving your feeling completely deflated.
And there isn’t enough coffee in the world to keep you feeling functional.
Teaching your little one to love sleep from the very beginning of her life is one of the best gifts you can give her and your entire family.
Customized Sleep Support for expecting Parents.
With Sleep at Last’s Expecting Parents Sleep Package, you can be confident that your baby will get the rest she needs to be the healthiest, happiest baby, and enjoy the adventure of parenthood, the way you envisioned it. You’ll learn exactly how to get your baby falling asleep easily and sleeping long, restful stretches.
You will be provided with expert knowledge about newborn sleep needs and be given the tools to start your baby down the right path to healthy sleep habits to establish a good foundation of sleep right from the beginning of your little one’s life.
Does any of this sound familiar?
- Your baby sleeps all day and wants to party all night.
- You have no idea what a good schedule is for your baby.
- Your baby sleeps perfectly fine in your arms, the second her body touches the mattress, she’s awake and screaming.
- You don’t have a minute to yourself.
- You are concerned for your baby’s safety because you’ve resorted to co-sleeping because it’s the only way she’ll sleep.
- You are concerned at your baby’s lack of sleep.
- You just want your baby to sleep, but you have no clue how to make that a reality.
It doesn’t have to be this way. It is possible to have a newborn that falls asleep easily and sleeps peacefully, allowing for some “me” time.
Expecting Parents Package
Preliminary Discovery Call
Goal Setting Consultation
Sleep Intake Form & Evaluation
60 Minute Sleep Consultation
Newborn Sleep eBook
1 Follow-Up Call
Virtual Sleep Environment Assessment