Before meeting Megan, my third child would only sleep if she was contact sleeping or sleeping in the bed with me. Naps were non-existent and putting her to bed took over an hour. I knew I needed help, so I reached out to Megan.
Megan was able to take my concerns and develop a plan that worked, that I was comfortable with and that didn't entail leaving my daughter to cry for hours on end to eventually get herself to sleep. She gave my husband, my daughter and I strategies and often checked in to offer support and advice through the 2-weeks that we worked together.
My daughter now has developed sleep strategies where she can put herself to sleep, soothes herself, and bedtime now takes 15 minutes as opposed to over an hour. I now feel confident that she's getting the sleep she needs.
I highly recommend Megan to anyone who is having difficulty getting their child to sleep and who wants a truly gentle approach to sleep training.
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Healthy sleep habits lead to healthy children.
Every night do you pray to the sleep gods that this will be the night your little sleeps through the night?
You are not alone!
Did you child sleep great at one point and now you struggle to get them to sleep AND keep them asleep through the night?
Regressions, teething, exhaustion. We get it! As children get older their needs change and with that behaviors change. Unfortunately your child will not grow out of their sleep difficulties, but we have great news, they can be taught how to independently sleep, and quite quickly.
We are born to sleep. It is a biological need just like needing food and water. With that being said self-soothing and sleep are a learned skill, and we must give our children the chance to acquire these lifelong tools.
Let’s get you back on course! As tired as you feel, imagine how exhausted your little one is. All human beings need sleep, but for children it is crucial for their growth and development. You will see so many positive changes in your child and the whole family as you all get the rest you need.
Take your little one from sleepless and cranky to happy and thriving!
Is every bedtime a long drawn out battle? Does your child need you in the room for them to fall asleep?
At the end of your day the last thing you have the energy for is to spend hours trying to get your little one to go to sleep.
Toddlers are so much fun, but can be very challenging with their strong will and boundary testing. We are here to help develop healthy sleep habits, and turn bedtime into a fun time for the whole family. Sleep doesn’t have to be hard!
Sleep is essential for all human beings but especially growing children. A child’s brain is 80% developed by the age of three, and 90% by age 5. Sleep is crucial in this development. We guide you through a customized sleep plan just for your child and unique family lifestyle.
Tantrums, witching hour, short naps? We've got you!
Is it impossible to get your child out of bed for school in the morning?
Are they falling asleep during class? Wired, hyperactive, and hard to settle at night?
When children get to school age there are a lot of requirements that can change their sleep schedules. Getting up early to get to school, after school activities, sports, playdates, and homework. All of these things can take away from time where when they were younger they would have napped or been in bed earlier.
At Flourish Everyday we work together with your child to come up with an appropriate sleep plan to help fill their needs, and customize it to their unique personalities and weekly activities.
It is important as parents to understand even as your child ages they still require a certain amount of sleep each day to focus, regulate their behavior, grow and develop.
Behavioral issues and trouble in school can be signs of sleep deprivation. Contact us today.
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