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Sleep Solutions

Our Approach

Sleep is essential for your baby and, more importantly, for you, parents. How can you feel confident, relaxed, present, and patient if you lack sleep yourself? 

 

You have read books on sleep training, joined mommy groups on social media, scavenged Internet for crumb-advice here and there, and still, your nights are challenged with a crying baby, his naps are all over the place and all remains a mystery.

 

From 0-3 months old

Stage 1

 

This is a period of time when newborns are thriving on a cycle of sleep and feeding with a few awake time. This stage 1 is approximative depending on baby's gestational birth and medical conditions. 

We help parents understand their newborn's behaviors and emotions, and support them in creating a healthy sleeping routine and caloric intake as baby thrives into the first three months of age. Some babies with medical conditions and low birth weight require more of our attentive care and we are here to offer our expert and loving support.

 

From 4-6 months old

Stage 2

 

What we hear most from passing the three-month mark is that breastfed or bottle-fed young infants may have developed a somewhat great routine and all of a sudden they seem to "regress". And it is panic at home. .Some talk about regression which in fact it is just a normal development phase the baby go through between 3 and 5 months old, the baby goes through some important development stages cognitive, emotional, and physical. it is not surprising that getting more aware of her environment and the impact that she has upon it, that it awaken sensitivity, extra stimulation

 

You want to drop the middle-of-the-night dream feed, baby doesn't nap more than 40 minutes and refuses to go back to sleep, her routine is all over the place and the evenings always end in cries and exhaustion for both baby and parents. Many reasons can be the cause of such such as, undetected silent reflux, overlooked nursery set up, habits from birth that have created a need for baby to fall asleep propped a certain way, nursing habits and co-sleeping, highly sensitive babies, overstimulation, baby-led daytime routine, lack of scheduled implementation, preemies, and on the list can go on.  she is having a lot of reflux or colics, and you can no longer be objective.

 

We tailor sleeping solutions for you and your baby individually. It includes a careful in-home assessment, a timed plan of action, and daily check-ins and follow-ups during the seven-day support period.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long should a newborn or young infant sleep?


It is very typical to have a newborn sleep anywhere from 15 to 18 hours per 24 hours. Their pattern is most likely to be sleep-feed-sleep-repeat. So unless, your newborn had a long and difficult birth, is a preemie, has any medical conditions, nor wake up to feed, I would not worry. In most healthy cases, I would wake up baby to feed every 2-3 hours max.




My baby seems to sleep longer or has shorter naps.


For most healthy babies, these periods of longer sleep time or shorter sleep time can be due to growth spurts with an increase of cluster feedings, vaccination, post circumcision, overstimulation, illness, or teething.




Can I expect my young infant to sleep through the night?


Most older babies can sleep through the night by six months of age. Although, some babies and even some preemies can succeed in sleeping through the night by 16 weeks of age with the help of a professional sleep training or virtual support Sleep Solution coaching.To learn more about our Sleep Solutions coaching and professional sleep training, contact Virginie to schedule a15-minute phone-interview.





Frequently Asked Questions

How long should a newborn or young infant sleep?


It is very typical to have a newborn sleep anywhere from 15 to 18 hours per 24 hours. Their pattern is most likely to be sleep-feed-sleep-repeat. So unless, your newborn had a long and difficult birth, is a preemie, has any medical conditions, nor wake up to feed, I would not worry. In most healthy cases, I would wake up baby to feed every 2-3 hours max.




My baby seems to sleep longer or has shorter naps.


For most healthy babies, these periods of longer sleep time or shorter sleep time can be due to growth spurts with an increase of cluster feedings, vaccination, post circumcision, overstimulation, illness, or teething.




Can I expect my young infant to sleep through the night?


Most older babies can sleep through the night by six months of age. Although, some babies and even some preemies can succeed in sleeping through the night by 16 weeks of age with the help of a professional sleep training or virtual support Sleep Solution coaching.To learn more about our Sleep Solutions coaching and professional sleep training, contact Virginie to schedule a15-minute phone-interview.