WE'RE SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE
If you’re visiting this page, you are probably exhausted, maybe overwhelmed or just looking to implement a solid schedule into your daily routine for your little one. I can assure you that you are in the right place as we have been where you are with our own little ones. When you are searching for sleep guidance, you want to make sure the methods and philosophies of your sleep coach are in line with your expectations and values as a parent. It's so important to have trust in someone who is providing information and support for your child. Hopefully, by sharing a little bit about our families, education, and our sleep training experiences, you will feel more comfortable to move through the process of finding restful slumbers for you and your family.
Your Dream Team
SAY GOODBYE TO SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
OWNER + PEDIATRIC SLEEP CONSULTANT
PEDIATRIC SLEEP CONSULTANT
PEDIATRIC SLEEP CONSULTANT
Ann Louise Hedger
PERINATAL SUPPORT WORKER
At The Slumber Nest we believe in a personal approach to sleep coaching. The methods we recommend are all research-based and tailored to meet the needs of you and your child. Using the information provided in your phone consultation, intake forms and daily logging, we will develop a customized sleep program that will allow you to feel emotionally connected with your child every step of the way. Our goal is to teach your infant or toddler how to fall asleep independently, with very little crying. Although we can't promise a tear-free experience, we can ensure your little one is receiving TLC throughout the entire process.
It is very typical for our clients to see positive changes in their child's sleep habits within a day or two, and most are falling asleep independently in just three days or less. This sounds amazing right? Now, as with everything, there is effort involved to reach your goals, but we promise if you put in the work, you will see the results. Consistency is key, and if you are willing to commit to one of our sleep programs for 14 days you will have structure, routine, and restful nights back in your life. Sleep is so important for infant and toddler development, not to mention the mental and physical benefits it will bring to you as a parent.
You will notice a positive change in your child’s mood and overall behavior once they are getting a consistent 11- 12 hours of sleep every night. We are so excited to get to know you! And we especially can’t wait to share our professional knowledge in pediatric sleep consulting, while implementing a supportive sleep method that is right for you, your child and your family.