gentle sleep solutions for ages 0-5 years

Sleep Advice for Newborns and expecting parents

Develop good sleep habits while encouraging a secure attachment with your newborn

No naps, short naps, ready for your baby to sleep through the night? Did the four month sleep regression never end?

Oh those bedtime battles! Or do you get surprised by a little face standing over you in the middle of the night?

Hey! I'm Heather, a wife and formerly sleep deprived momma to three boys and your certified sleep consultant!  There's been this myth going around that sleep deprivation is a badge of honour you need to wear in parenthood. I am here to dispel that! Healthy sleep leads to a happy, healthy, well rested baby... and family. Maybe it's short naps, sleeping through the night, night wakings,  early mornings or a never-ending sleep regression that you are dealing with. My qualifications and experience allow me to offer you the techniques, methods and support you need to see your little one sleeping well once and for all.

Heather Edeling, Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant

—  Dr Chris Fenton, GP

Heather is someone who everyone would agree is of the highest character and integrity. I cannot think of anyone who would do a better job of wisely supporting other new or recent mothers.

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Just click this button and complete a free sleep evaluation. Our certified sleep consultant will then take your parenting style into consideration and get back to you with our their recommendations

sometimes being the parent you want to be just takes a little more sleep.

Heather Edeling

Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant

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Disclaimer: The advice you receive from Heather Edeling is for informational purposes only and is intended for use with common early childhood sleep issues that are wholly unrelated to medical conditions.  Heather Edeling’s advice is NOT intended to be a substitute for medical advice or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health practitioner regarding any matters that may require medical attention or diagnosis, and before following the advice and using the techniques described. Reliance on any information provided by Heather Edeling is solely at your own risk.