Sleep Training

As sisters, mothers, and career nannies, we know how lack of sleep can affect your closest relationships. And, we also know how delicate and personal the sleep process is when someone is coming into your home. We are all about respect and always come into your home as a professional with a human touch, a maternal instinct, and a love that is genuine for you and your family.

Why do we call it Sleep “Training”? Because we don’t train, we gently guide and let Baby tell us what they need.

We use the term sleep training because it is the most commonly used phrase to describe the process but we use a loving, natural and nutrition-based approach to newborn sleep training. We make sure to teach you along each step of the process so that you can do it on your own, and solidify once our sleep trainers are gone.

We love happy, rested babies and we want you to have peace and harmony each day.

Just like a sister would hold your baby so you can take a nap, we do the same but teach you and your baby tools that will allow your little one longer stretches of sleep at night so that you don’t need the nap. A lot of families are hesitant because they wonder if the process is invasive or “harsh”. Your baby will be supported and comforted each step of the way. We choose to do a gentle sleep training method so that baby and parents are both happy and can rest soundly.

Our Sleep “Training” is based around a No-Cry, Baby-Led, Nutrition-Based program for long stretches of sleep at every growth level.

Whether you’ve tried to let your baby cry but just can’t bare to listen to it, or you’re co-sleeping and ready to have your bed back we can help with the transition. Our trained and educated sleep experts stay overnight to begin the process. They can stay with you for however long you need them, whether it’s a couple nights, weeks or months. Each family is unique, along with their sleep goals. We believe in supporting you where you’re at, and gently guiding your baby to a full night’s sleep.

If your baby is waking up during the night, let us come and help.