Category Archives: Sleep Audio Training

How To Help Your Newborn Take Longer Naps

Newborn Catnaps

Today’s question is from tired mama Yvonne and she writes:

“My newborn takes crappy naps. She will wake up (like clockwork) right about 30 minutes needing us to soothe her back to sleep with rocking or a paci. I have tried countless times to try to put her to bed drowsy (but awake), but it never works.  We spend on average 1 – 1.5 hrs trying to get our newborn to sleep only to have her wake up 30 minutes later (almost 60-70% of the time) and start the whole marathon of trying to get her back to sleep again. Could it be that 6 weeks is just too soon for her to figure out how to go to sleep without our help?”

So if your baby will only take 30 minute catnaps (maybe 45 on a good day), stay tuned because today’s blog post is for you.  I’ll share 3 easy tips that will have you newborn taking longer naps in no time.


What To Do When Co-Sleeping No Longer Works

What To Do When Co Sleeping No Longer Works


This tired mama’s question is probably one you can relate to and goes a lil’ something like this:

“My daughter is almost 7 weeks old and she is currently co-sleeping. While I enjoy the cuddles it’s starting to not work for us. I would like to get my daughter sleeping in her crib. How do I go about transitioning within the next few weeks?”

So if co-sleeping really = you sleeping with 1/2 your body draped off the side of the mattress (as you wonder how the hell such a small baby can take up so much space), keeping reading today’s blog post.  I’ll share some juicy tidbits that’ll help both you and your sweet baby sleep comfortably…all night long. More

AUDIO TRAINING: How Your Kids’ Sleep Will Organize & Your FAQ Sleep Questions Answered

Special Valentine Kids Sleep Audio Training

Happy Valentine’s Day!

As my special gift to you, please enjoy this exclusive audio training taken from my current Inner Circle Sleep Coaching Program.  This audio helped many of my current members get serious breakthroughs in their child’s sleep and I know it will do the same for you.

I hear from parents all the time, “Well my kid sleeps at night but refuses to nap!” or “He’ll nap at school but I can forget ever trying to get him to nap at home.”  Sometimes overwhelmed parents even tell me, “Look I don’t have time to be up all night.  I have a day job and I can’t perform on just 3 hours of sleep.”   More