Getting your baby to sleep can be hard.
But it doesn’t have to be.
Anxiety at dinner? Check. Worried you’ll be up all night? Double check. Can’t function at work the next day? Oh honey, I feel you. If your baby is waking up all through the night, you’ve forgotten entirely what it’s like to wear anything but yoga pants (& not ever doing yoga), and the last thing you want to do is let your baby just cry endlessly –
The good news is there’s another way.
Sleep is such a hot button topic, and when you’re tired the last thing you want to do is read a bunch of books to figure out something that might work for your child. There are so many ways you can help your child to sleep through the night. Some people say one way, others swear by another. BINX is here to create a plan customized to your family. My priority while working with your family is to meet your goals, combined with the biological needs of your child. This is a non-judgment zone. There is no “one size fits all” sleep training method. You have to do what works for your family or it isn’t going to work.
When you sign up for my sleep services you first complete our intake questionnaire. This gives me a complete overview of your child; their habits, environment, your parenting style, etc. Then you’ll go on to the custom portion of your services. Here is where I formulate the plan to get your child on track and sleeping.
Let’s get your baby and you sleeping now.
In-Home Sleep Support for starting and implementing your plan is also available, starting at $150+ for a 2-hour visit. Once you pick your package above, you can just email me to discuss and then I will invoice separately. We will then arrange a date for the in-home services.
Generally, the Superstar is great for knowing I’m going to get to your goal, because I’ll be holding your hand the entire time (over email) and we can troubleshoot if any issues pop-up. The Year-Long is great if you have a younger baby and will be going through a lot of transitions (like nap transitions, travel, daycare changes, etc.) in the year following our initial consult.