babies 0 to 20 weeks ...
I found that as a new parent, I had so many questions about sleep and the nature of my questions changed on a daily basis. Identifying questions is good, and it is even more important to spend time with your baby, learn his rhythms and needs. To be clear, I do not sleep train infants nor support methods that push a growing newborn to sleep longer and risk skipping a feeding. I can however help you with a few basics these first 4-months:
- How to help your baby nap more during the day so that she will eat better and sleep better at night.
- How to encourage self-soothing after your baby has been fed, burped, and is comfortable.
- How to identify patterns of sleep and recognize sleepy cues, helping your baby to catch the sleep wave.
- How to create a soothing, non-stimulating environment to help your baby unwind and prepare for sleep.
To address these questions, I offer consultations with access to me as your baby grows and develops and her sleep needs and schedule evolve.
Please contact me directly if you are interested: 917-885-2594 or submit an inquiry on this website.