Do You Want Night-time to Be Fun, Practical and Relaxing?
If you get nervous and overwhelmed as the clock inches toward bedtime, it’s time to rethink your little one’s sleep strategy.
But you’ve probably heard so much advice that suggests that you let your infant cry alone in their room. That makes you feel uncomfortable. It’s not easy to sit around and hear your child in distress. If you’re a tear-sensitive mom, you might not want to let your little one cry it out.
At Pam Nease Sleep, we don’t believe that you or your little one should endure long crying spells just to get some rest. Getting to sleep can be peaceful.
We will teach you how to improve your little one’s sleep skills, and you’ll still be able to offer love, comfort and support. You can continue breastfeeding or sleeping in the same room as your child.
Taking this time to enhance your child’s sleep skills can improve your bond. You get to spend quality time giving them something that they will use for the rest of your life.
Better sleep translates to better attitudes during the day. You and your child will both be happier. You’ll both probably shed less tears, making your awake time together that much more valuable.