We Make Sleeping Through the Night Simple

Sleep coaching for infants, school-aged children, and adults. 

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Frustrated, Confused, Tired?

At the End of Your Rope?

Based on years of experience and training, we create a customized plan to help your entire house get a full night’s sleep, every night.

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Not All Sleep Consultants

are Created Equally

 

We aren’t like other sleep consultants. 

We don’t ask you to conform to some rigid, cookie-cutter plan. 

We listen. 

We problem-solve. 

We take a GENTLE approach that feels natural, not forced.

We create a customized program to help you move from sleepless nights to well-rested…

…simply, with ease.

We Offer Sleep Coaching Services For

Newborns

We work along-side families to educate about the needs of a newborn, not just around sleep. With a background as a Certified Lactation Counselor and postpartum doula, our approach is different. We coach you to create healthy sleep habits from birth.

Infants

We help infants from 4-17 months to gently ease into consistent sleep so you can get a full night’s rest. Through a deep-rooted understanding of your challenges and a unique program built for you, we get everyone sleeping through the night with gentle & effective support. 

Toddlers

Just as their imaginations run wild, so can their sleep habits. A new-found freedom of a bed or the welcoming of a little sibling can sometimes derail a sweet young toddler. Their spirit, independence, strong will and curiosity are all things we work beautifully with here.  

School-Aged

If sports, homework, anxiety, or habits keep your school-aged child awake at night, we can help find a sleep rhythm that works for them. From Kindergarten to High School, we’ve got sleep solutions for children of all ages, customized to their busy day & changing body. 

Adults

Adulting is hard. Sometimes even adults need help sleeping with the pressure of work and family life. If falling asleep or staying asleep has become a struggle, let us create a customized program to help you get a restorative night’s sleep, every time your head hits the pillow.

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Slumber Made Simple℠ Podcast

The Slumber Made Simple™ Podcast features interviews with the most brilliant sleep minds, celebrity influencers and fellow Slumber Made Simple℠ who are rocking the world of sleep and will leave you inspired to re-write the rules of parenting.

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Taking the parenting world by storm. Courtney provides listeners humorous, refreshingly real and brilliant insights on how to build a healthy sleeper for life. Courtney interviews the most brilliant parenting minds, mommy bloggers, and former sleep-deprived parents to help you accelerate your path to sleep sanity. If you are looking for NO BS advice, actionable strategies and proven tips, you are in the right place.

From the Blog

Is this Another Sleep Regression?

As a sleep consultant, there is a popular question if you get a lot when a baby won’t sleep through the night and if they do sleep a little, they seem wide awake at 3 am. Is it a developmental milestone? A regression? Are they getting too much sleep during the day, or...

Creating the Perfect Nursery

When you first got pregnant, how long did it take before the “nesting” phase started?  For me, it seemed like it was immediate. Forget the last month of pregnancy nesting that everyone talks about, as soon as I found out I was pregnant I started decluttering the...

How Do I Dress My Child for Sleep?

Baby, it's cold outside....with the winter coming, it's important to ensure your child is dressed for comfort when they sleep. If you are curious about what your newborn should wear to sleep, we have you covered! With so many swaddles, sleepsuits, sacks, footie...

Daylight Savings Time – Fall Back

Are you ready to "Fall-Back" with Daylight Savings Time? It can be a dreaded time for parents of young children because of daylight savings time, and the adjustment does not happen immediately. This is because children tend to be more structured in their bedtime and...

Transitioning from 2 – 1 Nap

Ready to move to 1 nap? The transition from 2 naps a day to 1 nap a day usually occurs sometime between 12 and 18 months for most babies. It can sometimes be difficult to tell when your baby is ready to make the switch from 2 naps a day to 1. There are a few signs...

The Cure for Colic

Is there a Cure for Colic? OK, so I recognize that is a bold title, especially if you are reading this and sitting with a baby who you suspect may in-fact have colic.  So let’s start with some background - newborn cry, that’s how they speak to us in this large new...

Why are Toddlers like Fruit Stripe Gum?

What exactly do sleep and Fruit Stripe gum 🦓have in common? ‍ When you are talking about toddler behavior, a lot actually. ‍Toddlers are creatures of habit and are also testing boundaries in this big new world. ‍ So what does that have to do with Fruit Stripe Gum?...

Why are babies naps short?

The Curse of the Short Nap In conversation with tired parents as they are looking to work with a sleep consultant, the usual issue is the child struggling to go down at bedtime or multiple night-wakings that keep everyone in a constant state of “double pumpkin-spice...

When Can I Night Wean?

When Can I Night Wean? I get asked this question a lot, and I have two answers for you about night weaning. My first answer is going to be a clinical one. If your child’s six months or older, gaining weight as expected, and your doctor says you’re okay to end...

Surviving Sleep Regressions

It’s here, the dreaded sleep regression - and things were going so well. You finally got baby on a loose ‘schedule,’ they were going down well for naps, sleeping through the night and then BOOM, sleep sucks again. This is commonly when I hear from many new parents, as...

Is this Another Sleep Regression?

As a sleep consultant, there is a popular question if you get a lot when a baby won’t sleep through the night and if they do sleep a little, they seem wide awake at 3 am. Is it a developmental milestone? A regression? Are they getting too much sleep during the day, or...

Creating the Perfect Nursery

When you first got pregnant, how long did it take before the “nesting” phase started?  For me, it seemed like it was immediate. Forget the last month of pregnancy nesting that everyone talks about, as soon as I found out I was pregnant I started decluttering the...

How Do I Dress My Child for Sleep?

Baby, it's cold outside....with the winter coming, it's important to ensure your child is dressed for comfort when they sleep. If you are curious about what your newborn should wear to sleep, we have you covered! With so many swaddles, sleepsuits, sacks, footie...

Daylight Savings Time – Fall Back

Are you ready to "Fall-Back" with Daylight Savings Time? It can be a dreaded time for parents of young children because of daylight savings time, and the adjustment does not happen immediately. This is because children tend to be more structured in their bedtime and...

Transitioning from 2 – 1 Nap

Ready to move to 1 nap? The transition from 2 naps a day to 1 nap a day usually occurs sometime between 12 and 18 months for most babies. It can sometimes be difficult to tell when your baby is ready to make the switch from 2 naps a day to 1. There are a few signs...

The Cure for Colic

Is there a Cure for Colic? OK, so I recognize that is a bold title, especially if you are reading this and sitting with a baby who you suspect may in-fact have colic.  So let’s start with some background - newborn cry, that’s how they speak to us in this large new...

Why are Toddlers like Fruit Stripe Gum?

What exactly do sleep and Fruit Stripe gum 🦓have in common? ‍ When you are talking about toddler behavior, a lot actually. ‍Toddlers are creatures of habit and are also testing boundaries in this big new world. ‍ So what does that have to do with Fruit Stripe Gum?...

Why are babies naps short?

The Curse of the Short Nap In conversation with tired parents as they are looking to work with a sleep consultant, the usual issue is the child struggling to go down at bedtime or multiple night-wakings that keep everyone in a constant state of “double pumpkin-spice...

When Can I Night Wean?

When Can I Night Wean? I get asked this question a lot, and I have two answers for you about night weaning. My first answer is going to be a clinical one. If your child’s six months or older, gaining weight as expected, and your doctor says you’re okay to end...

Surviving Sleep Regressions

It’s here, the dreaded sleep regression - and things were going so well. You finally got baby on a loose ‘schedule,’ they were going down well for naps, sleeping through the night and then BOOM, sleep sucks again. This is commonly when I hear from many new parents, as...