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Improving Adult Sleep

Over the past four and half years, I have had hundreds of parents email me back and say … Can you fix me too? My child has been sleeping through the night for several months, but I am still waking up! I have sleep issues of my own and they started in childhood and followed me all

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Our Secret Weapon…Hiring Pam!

GUEST POST from a past client. The Mysterious Sleep Consultant… When I tell people that we recently worked with a sleep consultant to help with our newborn and three year olds sleep and I tell them “I can’t believe what a difference it made in our lives”….I usually get a number of questions.  Quite often,

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Is there a “Guarantee” when you hire me?

Is there a guarantee? For 99% of my clients, it is a two week journey to GREAT sleep whereby the child is falling asleep in their own bed on their own, sleeping through the night and having good naps by day.  For some clients, it is less than two weeks. For less than 1% it

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Still Struggling with the Recent Time Change?

  Are your little ones still waking up too early from the Fall Back time change? Before we were parents, we all LOVED the end of Daylight Savings and the Fall Back time change. Right!? We would celebrate an EXTRA hour of sleep! On a Sunday morning no less! Well, it’s too bad our children

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I Don’t Want To Leave My Child All Alone To Cry!

I agree! If you are worried about hearing your child cry so that they can learn the beautiful gift and skill of sleep, that’s the NUMBER ONE reason you WANT to HIRE me!   In a video from our Coffee Talk series — “Special Ops” Ashley Coolen and I address one of the biggest concerns parents have when

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FAQ – You Asked…I’ve Answered!

Q) How much sleep does my child need? A) The most important sleep is night time consolidated sleep. Your goal should be 10 to 12 hours of uninterrupted/consolidated sleep. Q) How long do they need this for? Until what age? A) Until they stop growing! Age 18. Sounds crazy, but it’s true. Q) How much

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