If your baby is going through a ‘regression’, is poorly or teething, it might be best to wait a few more weeks. Rest as much as you can right now so you are ready to shape your child’s sleep at the best time for them.
I would also suggest that you wait until you have one-two weeks in a row to focus on sleep and whether now is the best time for you. If you are suffering from PND and as a result, sleep deprivation, consider seeking help
before addressing your baby’s sleep.
Newborn to six months
My approach is age appropriate and doesn’t involve leaving your baby to cry. This means, we can start working on your baby’s sleep right from the start. The earliest I would suggest is 8 weeks.
Up to 6 months, I will help you to build strong sleep foundations. I will guide you to setup the perfect sleep environment and to understand your baby’s sleep cues so you can follow their rhythm and build a reliable, predictable schedule that suits you both.
Six months to five years old
From 6 months onwards, we will work together on all elements of your child’s sleep to put in place a predictable schedule and work on sleep associations such as feeding or being rocked to sleep.
We will work together to help your child be able to fall asleep and stay asleep in their cot or your bed, whichever you prefer