DEAR TIRED MOMMY AND DADDY
Sleep is near! You have found the answer to your dreams. I have been there personally. I thought my own son would NEVER sleep unless he was in my arms, in his swing, in the car seat or in the stroller. I was absolutely convinced that he had colic, gas, teething, night terrors, and that even our laundry detergent was making him not be able to sleep. He also seemed hungry all the time – wanting to nurse every hour on the hour all through the night.
If my impossible sleeping baby can learn to sleep, your child can too!
My name is Pam Nease, and I am a professional Pediatric Sleep Consultant. My passion and my full time career is dedicated to giving parents FUN, easy, loving and gentle solutions to help SOLVE their children’s sleep challenges for LIFE!
DOES ANY OF THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
Even though we don’t know each other personally yet, I’m fairly sure that you’ve found your way here because you are dealing with one or more of these very common – and very frustrating problems.
If this sounds like you and your family, then I’m here to help. The good news is that by working together, we can start seeing a dramatic improvement in the length and quality of your child’s sleep…after just a couple of nights!
Your child needs to nurse, or bottle feed, or use a soother in order to get to sleep. Of course, whenever that soother falls out, you’re the one who has to go put it back in. I can show you how to break this habit fast!
You are waking up with your child once, twice, three (or more) times each night. The reason? Your little one needs to learn to fall asleep without your help.
Your child needs to be rocked, bounced, or taken for a car ride in order to nap. Or (even worse) your child seems to refuse to take a nap, despite the fact that he or she seems tired. I can show you how to make nap time easy for everyone!
Your older child needs a parent to feel safe and secure in order to fall asleep and get back to sleep at night.
You have tried everything from co-Sleeping to no-cry, and even CIO (cry-it-out) and still nothing has worked.
Your own lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on you and your family. Studies prove that infant sleep problems are closely linked to postpartum depression. This is a non-drug way to help deal with those “baby blues…”
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- Could Growing Pains be Waking My Child at Night? 15.03.2017 Coffee and Q's with Pam, Thursday's Tip, Toddlers & Preschoolers - Is it “Growing Pains” or is it something else? In this week’s Coffee & Q’s, Pam addresses the research that best explains what is happening to our children’s bodies when they are complaining of leg cramps or pain. Over the past 7 years of sleep consulting, I have heard many parents referencing concerns […]