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Are you frustrated and fed up with your preschooler’s sleep? 

Preschooler sleep can be tough! By the time our kids are three, they should be sleeping through the night and they shouldn’t need our help to fall asleep, right? Perhaps you’re tired of the bedtime battles, the request for one more story, one more drink of water. You’re fed up of returning them to bed 17 times after bedtime. Maybe you wake up in the morning with a small child taking up your ENTIRE bed, leaving you about six inches to sleep on! Perhaps their sleep has got really bad since the arrival of a new baby. 

Sound familiar?

I hear you! It’s hard work being a parent, and we all need some time to ourselves in the evening. I’ve been there too, counting down the minutes until my child finally falls asleep and I have some peace and quiet. It’s really hard to juggle the demands of family life, and work and look after your needs too.

But how do we approach sleep if we are gentle, responsive parents? 

You don’t want your child to get upset. You want them to fall asleep quietly and easily. You want them to ENJOY bedtime and be calm and relaxed. You and your child both deserve this. 

This course is for you if:

Simplicity Sleep: the method

In this course, I guide you through three steps to improving your preschooler’s sleep. Each step improves sleep and helps you get closer to your goal. With each step you eliminate issues that affect sleep. By the end of the course you’ll have covered all potential causes for your child’s sleep problem. You’ll start to see improvements in your child’s sleep quickly, and by the end of the course, you’ll have a plan in place to help you meet your goals! 

1. Simple Sleep Solutions – we’ll look at background issues that may affect sleep, including diet and nutrition, sleep hygiene, bedroom environment, as well as some other issues that you may not have thought about, such as sleep disordered breathing. 

2. Sleep Shaping – we’ll look at your child’s sleep patterns and optimize them to reduce night waking, bedtime battles, and early waking. 

3. Sleep Strategies – when you’re ready,  I’ll take you through some gentle, responsive strategies to help your child fall asleep calmly and contentedly in their own room, and help them stay there all night! 


Your preschooler’s brain – this module helps you understand how your child thinks and why they behave the way they do. Based on the work of Dr Gordon Neufeld, I give you a brief introduction to what is going on in your child’s brain! When you understand why your child behaves the way they do, it’s much easier to see what you can do about it. 

Simplify Your Life – over the years, I’ve realized that parents are overwhelmed and exhausted. Often, a child’s sleep acts as a catalyst for seeking support, but there is so much we can do to improve our day to day lives, even when sleep is tough. This module is packed full of practical tips to help you manage all the other “stuff” you have to deal with as a parent. It’s designed to help you live more intentionally, and focus on what really matters to you. 

If you do nothing

Honestly? Eventually your preschooler will mature and start sleeping better. They’ll start sleeping independently. All kids do eventually! However, if you really need something to change today, then you need to take action today. 

By this age, your preschooler’s sleep is probably habitual. They are used to bedtime playing out in a certain way, and knowing that you’ll eventually give in and let them sleep in your bed. That won’t magically change from one day to the next, unless you do something about it. 

If you sign up to this course

You’ll learn strategies to make bedtime happen more easily. Your child will asleep more quickly. You’ll find that you can leave them in their room and they will stay there! There won’t be any bedtime battles, your bedtime routine will be relaxed and fun. You’ll get to spend quality time with your child, they’ll fall asleep and you’ll get some time to yourself. 

Do you need a solution quickly?

If you are at crisis point, and you need a plan right now for your preschooler’s sleep, then I recommend booking a troubleshooting call. During our call, we’ll discuss your sleep issues and come up with a plan that you can start implementing now. This is a no-fuss, no prep solution, and you’ll have a clear plan for moving forward, straight away.