Help your child fall asleep and stay asleep so they get the rest they need.
“I hate to even say it to jinx it, but she’s been sleeping from 8:30 at night until 4 or 5 in the morning. Overall she has been a very pleasant, happy little thing.“
~Jody J. for her daughter Ivy
Alina, the eldest, had always sleepwalked. “Now she sleeps steady through the night without waking up,” Mom says.
Little Keasley, whose “body was always running 500 miles an hour,” had always had a hard time falling asleep. Now she sleeps at night and is calm by day.
~Tiffany O. shared about her kiddos
“She wasn’t sleeping so well. She would wake up multiple times a night, crying.
During the first month, she started to become less congested, and she started to sleep better. Over a few weeks, she seemed calmer after adjustments too. Now she doesn’t tug her ears at night, sleeps through the night, and seems like she is in a calmer mood.
The adjustments not only helped her ear infections, but also with digestion, teething and sleep-regressions.”
~Gabbie for her daughter Lucinda
Activating Your Nervous System for Better Sleep (10 minutes)
We know how heartbreaking it can be to bring home your new bundle of joy and it not go how you imagined it would. If your new baby isn’t sleeping well, it’s tough on them and on you. Poor sleep in babies is difficult to navigate. You don’t understand why your little one isn’t sleeping like they’re supposed to and you don’t know how you can help them!
While we know infants have to adapt to their new environment out of the womb, they should still be able to settle in and sleep. You may have been told, “They’ll outgrow it…” but your gut instincts may be telling you that something is off.
Parents, we understand just how hard it is to go from being so excited for your baby, to feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and at a loss for how to help them sleep. We know as a parent your sleep is so important too, and if your little one isn’t sleeping, that means you’re not sleeping either! Or you may be exhausted because the only way your baby sleeps is if they’re being held by you. Either way, we want to help!
Watch this webinar to understand your baby more fully and learn how to help. You’ll understand what stresses your little one may have experienced that can be preventing them from sleeping soundly and how to help.
If you’re feeling alone as to what is going on with your baby and are at a loss on how to help them sleep well, please watch! We want to help you get you answers as to WHY your baby is struggling and WHAT you can do to HELP them.
Parents, you’re not alone in this. We are here to help!