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Free Event: How to Get Your Baby to SLEEP

Free Event Presented by Pam Nease Sleep The Laurel Packinghouse 1304 Ellis Street, Kelowna, B.C., Canada Saturday, April 29th, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   Need Sleep? We can help! Come hear Pam’s Top 5 Sleep Tips to get your baby sleeping peacefully through the night and napping well by day. This is a

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Could Growing Pains be Waking My Child at Night?

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 of

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It’s World Sleep Day! …and a SALE!

Join us on March 17th, 2017 for  WORLD SLEEP DAY! ONE DAY ONLY: Save $100 on Full Private Sleep Consultations   A couple of years ago, I was invited to speak on CBC Radio to talk about Sleep Tips for “Back to School”. The announcer asked if it was a common problem. I replied, it

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Why Does My Child Wake Up at Night?

One of the most frustrating things for a parent is when their baby wants to wake up prematurely from a nap, multiple times in the night, or too early in the morning. When we have a brand new baby, we expect that. Many parents are misled to believe that their children will grow OUT of

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Toddler Meltdowns: Monster to Mary Poppins!

Putting Pam’s toddler meltdown advice into action: a week in review Some may say I’m a little biased because I am part of Pam’s team, but anyone who knows me can tell you that I have been singing her praises long before I was on her payroll. Before anything else, Pam is my friend and a

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Stop the Meltdowns Already!

Oh the meltdowns. As soon as my daughter was 18 months old it became more and more apparent that she had entered the dreaded “terrible-twos” phase early. Anytime I had to distract her from an item she was not to touch– or dare say “No!” to her– or attempt to take her home after a

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