Children's sleep

Sleeping is the foundation for a balanced life

 A good day starts with a good night of sleep. That is true for you as it is for your little one. 

Your baby is constantly learning about the world around them. They also learn how to sleep to recover, process and be available again for what is next to come. Sleep is key for proper development

Our relationship with sleep is learned from many different factors. We all have learned how to sleep independently, to fall asleep again during the night and even how to simply lie down and relax. It is important to share these aspects with your baby.


Parenting can be demanding at times and requires a lot of your resources. Without sleep, it can become a stressful and frustrating task. Parents especially need a restful night to be physically, mentally, emotionally healthy and available to simply be the best version of themselves. The time your baby is sleeping is also your "ME" time to recharge your energy and be able to give again. 


Maybe you find yourself in one of these situations:

  • Your baby is waking up several times during the night?
  • You simply feel exhausted?
  • Your baby/toddler is often tired or nervous during the day?
  • You don't have time for your spouse?
  • You are not the parent you would like to be during the day?
  • Your baby needs your help to fall asleep (nursing, rocking, walking, etc)?
  • You don't want to do co-sleeping anymore?

In details


 Together we can work on:

  • Daytime organisation
  • Excessive night wakings
  • Bedtime routine
  • Independent sleeping habits
  • Improving sleeping environment
  • Lengthening cat naps
  • Identification of sleep disturbers 
  • Co-sleeping plan
  • Improvement of sleeping environment
  • Education about children's sleep habits and needs