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Commitment & Consistency

Two essential ingredients if you are going to make progress with your little one’s sleeping ability.

Once you make the decision that your family is not getting the sleep you all need and that your little one could be sleeping a lot better than he is, it is time to take action and do something about it, but what?

You might read books and articles, comments in forums and well-meaning advice from friends and relatives. Some may prove useful , some may not and a lot will be conflicting because what is right for one is not right for another.

Perhaps you’ll have The Sleep Nanny® assess your situation and give you tailored guidance especially for you.

Whatever plan you embark upon, even with a professional guiding you 1:1, you must be committed to it and consistent with it. In order to see progress, those two things from you have to be non-negotiable.

In this episode we take a look at why you need to be committed and consistent and how these factors impact your progress and chances of reaching your desired results.

Take a look now and you’ll see how this applies to many areas beyond sleep too!

To find out how The Sleep Nanny® can help you to restore rest and well-being in your family, book a FREE 15 minute evaluation call here.

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I share my loving approach to guiding babies and young children through the essential process of adjusting to their own sleep space, becoming at ease with being placed down for sleep and needing less and less help to actually get to sleep until they’re totally competent and can self settle happily.
When little ones can settle themselves to sleep at the onset of sleep, they can then resettle their minor wakings between sleep cycles which leads to them achieving longer and longer stretches of nourishing and restorative sleep (and for you too)!

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