An Infant and Child Sleep Consultant with the tools you need to get your baby into better sleep habits.
Meet Emma, an Infant and Child Sleep Consultant and founder of After The Stork. Emma says:
Many new mums are overwhelmed and exhausted.
They’ve tried almost everything just to get their baby to sleep.
Googled blog posts. Asked friends and relatives for advice. Read all the books by the experts. Asked their friends what works for them. Tried all the baby sleep products on the market…
Yet, there’s still a lot of crying, rocking and feeding, until their baby finally settles.
But before they know it, their baby is wide awake again.
Finally, some mums come to ask themselves:
"Is my baby just not fixable?" "Why did it work for other babies but not mine?"
The parenting journey is one of the most beautiful things we can ever experience, but if the sleeping puzzle piece is missing, it can turn into a nightmare.
Massive sleep deprivation, desperation and fear, lack of support, overwhelming confusing advice from everyone....
This can easily lead to what Emma calls: “New Parent Overwhelm”.
Despite all this, most mums persevere and do the very best they can for their new baby.
What if there’s a way to get our baby to sleep with ease and predictability?
What if there’s a way to get our baby to sleep without having to use techniques that just don’t fit our parenting style?
What if there’s a way to get our baby to sleep without having to compromise our own parenting philosophy?
There are many ways to get a baby to sleep.
Finding the right techniques that suit your style and applying them properly are the two most important factors when it comes to getting your baby to sleep.
With the right techniques, every baby can be a good sleeper.
No baby is an exception.
After The Stork is the help you need to get your baby sleeping better and for longer.
Emma is a Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant with an extensive background working with infants and children.
With a background in midwifery and as a IVF Reproductive Nurse Specialist, Emma has a solid understanding of the health, science and biology of sleep for babies and infants.
Emma believes in encouraging healthy sleep habits from birth and beyond. After The Stork provide parents with the practical tools, education and support they need to establish a routine and help their babies thrive.
In turn, parents regain their confidence and some much needed sleep.
Emma can help if:
Your baby is waking multiple times a night.
You never know when your baby will go to sleep.
Your baby has trouble napping, or catnaps.
You need help establishing a routine.
You can’t make plans in your day anymore due to your baby’s sleep.
No parents or babies should suffer from chronic sleep deprivation.
And with the right techniques, every baby can be a good sleeper.
There’s no such thing as a bad sleep anymore.
If you’re looking for a way to get your baby to sleep with more predictability and you have tried many things that just didn’t work, then this might be helpful for you.
Here’s how it works:
Have a chat with Emma and you can tell her a little about your situation.
Together, you will come up with a plan that suits your parenting style (there are many ways to get your baby to sleep!)
Then, you will talk about how you can apply the new technique.
With the right technique, every baby can be a good sleeper.
You’ve got nothing to lose but sleep. Contact After The Stork for your free consultation and get back to feeling rested every day.
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