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Your family is exhausted. You want to help your little one get to sleep and you’re desperately in need of some rest yourself. You’ve probably read some books and tried out advice from friends and family – but your little love is still awake all night long and fights naps like crazy. You might even be reading this in the middle of the night. I’ve been there myself and I know sleep deprivation is painful.

Well I’m here to tell you… 


What if I told you that your little one could:

  • Go into bed at night, fully awake, and peacefully fall asleep on their own
  • Sleep 11-12 hours through the night
  • Take longer restful naps during the day without fighting sleep
  • Be happier and more focused while awake


What would you be able to do if your child starting sleeping through night? 

  • Spend quality time with your spouse or partner
  • Watch a movie or read a book
  • Go for a run or to the gym
  • Most importantly, catch up on your own sleep!


 I am here to help you identify opportunities to improve your child’s sleep and provide an easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan customized for your unique situation. I will be your coach and cheerleader on the path back to a good night’s rest for both you and your little love. 

My story

For as long as I can remember, I had dreamed of being a mother. After a hard fought battle with infertility, my husband and I finally welcomed our daughter in late 2015. Before she was born, I had never thought too much about what sleep would be like as a new mother. I had my general expectations about “never sleeping again” that you always hear from other parents, but I had never tried to imagine what that would feel like. I am not ashamed to admit that the sleep deprivation in those first weeks was brutal.

After a rocky labor and an emergency c-section, my baby girl arrived with jaundice and I was instructed to nurse her every two hours to help clear it up. The cycle of one hour of sleep at a time for the next couple of weeks felt like it was killing me. Once the jaundice was gone, things slowly started to improve with longer (yet still short) periods of sleep. I read a few books and researched relentlessly online for ways to help improve the situation for both her and me. We tried a few minor changes and made some strides as she continued to grow, but many months later bedtime was unpredictable and she was still waking up a few times a night. I knew we could do better. After we found common sense magic of Sleep Sense, my daughter became an amazing sleeper averaging 11-12 hours of sleep through the night without a peep.

I’ve never forgotten the pain of searching for help while being so exhausted. I didn’t know where to turn and I needed support. I welcome the opportunity to help you discover a better way and guide your family back to a restful night’s sleep.