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What Is A Sleep Nanny?

Helping sleep deprived families when little ones are not sleeping as well as they could be – that’s the role of a Sleep Nanny.

It’s still a profession many are not aware of so people are suffering when they really could get the help they need!

To give you a real insight into the life and world of a Sleep Nanny Consultant™, watch this interview with Eileen. She is a mum of toddler twins who worked as a school teacher before she decided on a career change into sleep consulting.

What Is A Sleep Nanny? Sleep Nanny Lucy Shrimpton

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Do you find you have to do something to or for your little one in order for them to go to sleep?

Is there a particular thing or a bunch of things that send them off into the land of nod?

This week, in a brand new episode of The Sleep Nanny Show I share with you how to get your little one to self settle, happily, responsively and effectively! <<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wp0URnUtQY>>>

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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The Sleep Nanny

Somewhere between 4 and 6 months is the time to begin helping your baby to practice settling to sleep ... See MoreSee Less

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The Sleep Nanny

Self Settling Q&A ... See MoreSee Less

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The Sleep Nanny

Do you find you have to do something to or for your little one in order for them to go to sleep?

Is there a particular thing or a bunch of things that send them off into the land of nod?

This week, in a brand new episode of The Sleep Nanny Show I share with you how to get your little one to self settle, happily, responsively and effectively! <<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wp0URnUtQY>>>

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)!

Tag a friend who needs to hear this advice!
... See MoreSee Less

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The Sleep Nanny

Not enough daytime sleep can lead to terrible nights ... See MoreSee Less

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The Sleep Nanny

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Schedule A Discovery Call

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