Sleep: Getting Your Newborn Off to a Good Start (0-3 months)
In this class, we are looking at what is normal when it comes to infant sleep, how we can get the best sleep possible and set you and your child up for the best sleep possible. Price is per couple.
*November class is being rescheduled. New date soon!*
Praise for Rebecca:
“We went to Rebecca after it was taking many hours to get our 4 month old to bed. She would go down, wake up every 5-10 minutes, and so on for a good 1-2 hours every night. Honestly, we were skeptical about using a sleep consultant. However, we now have an 8 month old who sleeps either all night long or wakes for one brief night feeding. We could not have gotten here without Rebecca’s help and would highly recommend her to anyone struggling with their child’s sleep issues!”
“When we first contacted Rebecca, we were co-sleeping with our colicky son and not by choice. He woke so often in the night, it was almost impossible for me to function the next day and of course he was a terrible napper as well. We decided that something had to be done. I knew after my first phone call with Rebecca that she was exactly what we needed. She explained that with children like mine, we had to take baby steps teaching him to fall asleep and stay asleep. I almost didn’t believe her that it was possible! I lacked the confidence to execute a plan. I “thought” I knew what to do but I questioned if it was really the right thing. I was terrified of establishing bad sleep habits. Rebecca gave my husband and I confidence, support and guidance. We went from our son sleeping in our bed waking at least every hour and and taking horrible naps to him sleeping all night in his crib with one wake up and two great naps each day! It’s so nice to have some freedom and also have a happy, well rested child!! I can’t thank Rebecca enough.”
Rebecca is a British Sleep Consultant and author based in Seattle; she gently helps families get a better night sleep by working with them privately as well as in her sleep academy. She loves her job; she adores helping those who are having a tough time with their child’s sleep gain clarity and confidence to make the changes needed to gently support their child and help them learn the skills they need to get themselves to sleep as well as back to sleep during the night.
Rebecca has been working with families for over 20 years and as a children’s sleep consultant for ten years. She is British (cup of tea anyone?) and currently lives in Seattle with her engineer husband, two teenage daughters (maybe she should have something stronger than tea) and German Shepherd.