EVERYONE LOVES GREAT SLEEP!
You feel amazing after a great sleep! So does your little one!
Ready for your family to get the healthy sleep they need?
Sleep support options
Your little one is unique and I work with you to find and address the cause of any sleep challenges before offering solutions. It’s the most effective way for long-term sleep success. You will receive outstanding, daily follow-up support, with live feedback based on how your little one responds to any changes.
Your first consult is FREE! Be sure to click below to learn more!
Group Support & Chats
If you have a few friends or a group and are looking for sleep help, my group support package is ideal for you!
A combination of individual sleep analysis, 1:1 support and group calls will help your little ones sleep better.
Minimum 3 families per group (babies/children of similar ages in each group).
Online Sleep Academy
Ready for better sleep with a strong focus on emotional wellness? The Sleepy Lambs Sleep Academy is a great solution, whether you are struggling with a minor regression or a major sleep challenge.
Launched in 2015, the Sleep Academy has supported families around the world, giving you easy-to-follow, step-by-step programs for newborns, babies, and toddlers and young children with 35-40 videos in each course, along with cheat sheets and all you need to help your little one sleep much better.
Cannot thank Jen enough, I was really struggling with my 4-month-old not sleeping and also having bad reflux.
Jen went above and beyond tailor making a sleep plan for his age which also worked with his reflux.
Jen knew about reflux extensively (more than a lot of medical professionals I’d been seeing) and how this effects a lot more than just a baby being sick, this helped me to understand why he was doing certain things. Jen also explained the ‘why’ behind routines, techniques and wake windows.
I felt really listened to, Jen took the time to understand the whole picture of our family life, Sam’s background, parenting style, current sleeping pattern and medical issues. She was extremely knowledgable and always had great ideas and techniques to use.
We found Jen by chance through a friend sending on a link to her Facebook page, and I am so so glad we followed that link!
At that time our 10-month-old was continuing a lifetime of atrocious sleep. He was waking (and being fed) every two hours at night; would barely nap in his cot, and then for only very short periods, and frequently got up very early. Fortunately for him, he was a very jolly baby by day, but the rest of the family was broken by the toll of sustained sleep deprivation.
However right from the very first call, Jen gave us hope. She was warm, friendly and good fun, and although we only spoke on the phone, she quickly felt like one of the family. We felt we could be really honest with her about what was working/not working, and that she was genuinely listening to us, and taking on board our concerns and preferences. She also achieved a perfect balance between encouraging and praising us, and holding our feet to the fire when we felt too tired to carry on.
During our time with her, she gave us lots of information and ideas for how to improve things, and as a result we now regularly get two good quality naps in the cot; the night-time feeds have massively reduced (meaning I’m finally getting decent chunks of sleep); and we have our evenings back. We still sometimes have additional wakings at night and some early starts (the emerging molars are I think a prime culprit for this), but we have ideas and strategies to help us continue making progress. And – perhaps most importantly – it really feels like my husband and I are on the same page and are working together.
We are so grateful to Jen and strongly encourage other sleep-deprived parents to sign up with her before she gets too busy!
When I got in touch with Jen, I was getting through on about 5 hours of broken sleep a night. I had a baby who was in the midst of separation anxiety and being frank, was grumpy and unsettled about 75% of the time (as was I).
Jen took the time to listen to the issues I was having, and how I was dealing with them as well as concerns I had about sleep training (please no controlled crying!!)
I am forever grateful to Jen for her help and would recommend her to any family who is struggling with getting their child to sleep. My only regret is that I did not do this earlier!
There was never a child so lovely but his mother was glad to get him to sleep.
~ Ralph Waldo Emmerson
From The Blog
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