Are you feeling pressure to sleep train your baby? Does your heart ache at the thought of leaving your baby or toddler to cry alone? I have good news for you: you don’t have to do it! It IS possible to improve your current sleep situation in a respectful, conscious, and gentle manner.
I use the Baby-Led sleep approach combined with my background as an Early Childhood Educator and my own experiences as a mom. I help you look at sleep as part of a bigger puzzle rather than a behaviour to be ‘fixed’. In addition, I help you tune into your instincts and tune out the noise. As a result, the families I work with experience a deeper connection with their baby, increased confidence in their parenting, and of course better sleep.
What Customers are Saying
My anxiety is significantly lower
Paula is incredibly supportive and knowledgeable. I really struggled with all of the things I was “supposed to do” to have my baby sleep successfully. The moment I found her instagram, I learned about all the myths around infant sleep. I discovered my baby’s sleep was developmentally normal. It’s sad to admit this, but I finally felt like I had permission to rock my baby to sleep, sing him to sleep while looking at him, nurse him before naps and bedtime. All of those “bad habits” I read about are actually amazing tools I now use to support my son to sleep. My anxiety is significantly lower since meeting with Paula. My expectations are far more realistic. Bedtime is much more peaceful in our household and that is a gift I don’t take for granted. Paula also gave us some great insight into napping and how that affects bedtime. She provided helpful insight into our baby’s temperament and how that influences his sleep. I will use Paula again as a resource for any sleep questions as our baby grows. I highly recommend Paula to anyone who needs help with baby sleep, and perhaps more importantly, examining our own expectations and assumptions as parents.
Kind and Open-Minded
Paula is such a kind and open-minded sleep & well-being specialist, mama, and woman. I found her page on Instagram when we were going through a 7-month sleep progression with our son. I was lucky enough to win a session with her, and she made us both feel so at ease with what we were already doing. The community she has fostered on her page is one of acceptance and openness where and parent of any background with any amount of children can come to seek help, support, ideas for change, solace in their own techniques, or just to vent – what parent doesn’t need that!? There are so many infant sleep specialists out there, and they’re all wonderful in their own right that the point in these accounts is to offer parents the hindsight to see that every child is different, not difficult. But Paula’s New Paradigm Motherhood is just that – a model for how to not just love yourself as a parent through all the stages of baby and toddler-hood, but love and respect your child, too.
Kind, gentle, supportive, and understanding
Paula is so kind, gentle, supportive, and understanding. She affirmed me as a mother, which gave me confidence that I don’t always have. She taught me about specialist that I had never heard of who could help me navigate my son’s sleep. She gave me practical information that I could use right away to gently make adjustments to my toddlers sleep! Thank you Paula!
Non-judgemental, encouraging, natural, straightforward
Knowledgeable, kind, and understanding
Juliana, Viviana & Victoria
The most valuable part for me was that Paula suggested and discussed a possible tongue tie with me, sending me options of people to get in touch with in the UK even though she’s in Canada. Paula’s strengths were her understanding, her empathy, and her extensive sleep knowledge.
Paula- I want to thank you so much, you came to support me at a time when I was very low, struggling with how to parent and deal with the sleep, clouded by others ideas and generally needed someone to just believe in me I think, which you did and that alone was invaluable so thank you.
I had an amazing time working with Paula to figure out how to help my son, although his sleep didn’t improve much on account of a tongue tie we are working to get released, she has educated me and helped give me tools for the future to access my son and his sleep needs. She was very throughout and assessed everything about our day and every aspect not just sleep alone, this attention to detail helped a lot to try and keep an eye on food intake and teething. A huge thing we tackled that did improve was nap times, they were consistently 60-90 minutes and now his naps are more 90-120 minutes! She also encouraged bed sharing and cosleeping, which is amazing for baby and building a secure attachment. I really love how encouraging and understanding she was throughout the whole process finding ways that worked for my family, and I highly recommend her to anyone that is struggling to figure out how to help their child get more restful sleep.
It’s possible to feel rested AND continue to support your child to sleep
Take care of your mental health AND your child’s
Change what no longer works for you AND maintain a strong attachment
You don’t have to leave your baby to cry it out. You don’t have to wait it out either. There is a middle ground and I can show you how to get there
You will come out of this feeling:
Empowered to make changes that suit your family values
Confident in your parenting abilities
Connected to your child and their unique temperament
Supported in your journey
Get Started with a Comprehensive Assessment
This is the place to start to help your little one get more sleep without sleep training. We will dive into your little one’s life with the comprehensive assessment: we will look at their health, nutrition, patterns, temperament and more.
Only after getting to know your unique family goals and your unique baby, will I make suggestions to support you in getting more sleep without sleep training. My goal is to empower you to reclaim confidence in your parenting, make changes that suit your family, and always keep your relationship with your child in highest regard.
This consult includes:
- Comprehensive intake assessment including 3 days of food and sleep logs
- 1 hour consultation
- Access to relevant resources
You will come out of this feeling:
- Empowered to make changes that suit your family values
- Confident in your parenting abilities
- Connected to your child and their unique temperament
- Supported in your journey
Follow up support packages are available to families only after the comprehensive assessment. Follow up support is priced at $75 for a 45m video call or 1 week of daily email support. A package of 4 weeks is available at $225.
Just have a couple of quick questions?
I am now offering 30 or 60m calls. These do not include an intake or intake analysis. We can chat about whatever you are worried about and as much as we can get to in the time allotted. Perfect for parents with a few questions who do not need more involved support.