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Why Are Babies & Children Across
North America Sleeping So Well?

Dear Parent,

If your baby or toddler is having trouble sleeping – and you’re confused about what you should do about it – then this page is important. I’d like you to take a moment and pay close attention to what I’m about to tell you.

My name is Pam Nease, and I’m a professional pediatric sleep consultant. My passion (and my job!) is giving parents like you all the tools and information they need to solve their children’s sleep problems... as quickly and easily as possible!

So how can I help you and your family? Let’s find out...

Does Any Of This Sound Familiar?

Even though we don’t know each other personally, I’m fairly sure that you’ve found your way to this website because you’re dealing with one of these very common (and very frustrating) sleep problems:

  • Your child needs to nurse or bottle feed (or use a soother) in order to get to sleep. Of course, whenever that soother falls out, YOU'RE the one who has to go put it back in. I can show you how to break this habit FAST!
  • You are waking up with your child once, twice, three (or more) times each night. The reason? Your little one needs to learn to fall asleep WITHOUT your help. My son’s transformation made such an impact on me that I eventually made the decision to dedicate my professional life to helping families like yours in the Interior of BC.
  • Your child needs to be rocked, bounced, or taken for a car ride in order to nap. Or (even worse) your child seems to REFUSE to take a nap -- despite the fact that he or she seems tired. I can show you how to make naptime EASY for everyone!
  • Your OWN lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on you and your family. Studies prove that infant sleep problems are closely linked to postpartum depression. This is a non-drug way to help deal with those "baby blues..."

If any of this sounds like you and your family, then I’m here to help. And the good news is that, by working together, we can start seeing a dramatic improvement in the length and quality of your child’s sleep... after just a couple of nights!

Who Am I, And How Can I Help Your Family?

pam4.jpgMy name is Pam Nease. I’m the mother of two beautiful children. When my first child was about 5 months old, he was waking every 2 hours during the night. It would take me about an hour to get him back to sleep, only to have to repeat the whole thing again a couple of hours later!

Exhausted, I looked everywhere for some real-life, practical solutions to my son’s sleep problems. Friends and family, doctors and nurses... They all offered sympathy and advice, but nobody would actually tell me how to solve the problem!

Finally, I met with a sleep consultant who had the background and experience in helping families like mine who were sleep-challenged. After just a few nights of following this simple, step-by-step system, my son was falling asleep at 7 p.m., and waking up happy and refreshed at 7:30 a.m.

My son’s transformation made such an impact on me that I eventually made the decision to dedicate my professional life to helping families like yours!

After completing a comprehensive training program, I’ve been licensed as a consultant in the Okanagan and Kootenay area... and my goal is to help parents like you quickly and easily solve your child’s sleep problems.

"Will This Work For My Child?"

The reason the methods I teach work so well is that they are customized for YOUR family!

We all know that every child is different, so it only makes sense that what worked for one baby might not necessarily be the best solution for yours. (For example, some children will settle more easily when a parent is in their room with them... and another child might not be able to fall asleep at all until they are left alone.)

That’s why I work closely with you to make sure that the plan we develop for your child fits for your family. That means not only do we take into account your child’s personality, we also come up with a plan that fits your parenting style. This is extremely important, because – as a parent – you simply aren’t going to be committed to a plan that you don’t feel comfortable with. Makes sense, right?