Blah blah blah...I need sleep, not sales copy.

Does your toddler seem to hate sleep?
Do you dread bedtime?

 Is every night a 3 ring circus of more water, more tissues, potty, “I’m hungry” (well why didn’t you eat the dinner I made you then?), one more story-song-book-hug-DEAR GOD CHILD JUST GO THE F TO SLEEP? Do you wake up terrified as a tiny child stares at you in your bed, like a creepy little silent ghost?

sleeping toddler

Have you bought every Bedtime Reward Chart, wakeup clock, and special product on the market, to no avail? Is your child unmoved by the promise of a sticker as a reward for not torturing you?

Why don’t kids appreciate that beautiful moment of resting their head on a pillow after a long day of playing, screaming, not eating, and going from Tasmanian devil to perfect-angel-I-can’t-believe-you’re-mine in a split second? The world will never know.

BUT! There is hope on the horizon!!

A plan to get your bedtimes back. A plan to make your evenings lovely and enjoyable, something you can look forward to at the end of a long day.

And I am here to give you that plan.

End your Bedtime Battles

You have two options:
  1. Just the class, ma’am – access to recorded live Webinar - $50
  2. Class PLUS a one-on-one call with me and two brief follow-ups. I’ll help you tailor what I discussed to your specific situation and answer all of your questions! - $250

"So, I have big news to report... 

Last night, for the first time in two years... My beautiful, active, happy little boy... 

Slept through the night. 

I cannot express to you the gift you have given my family. He wakes up happy and rested. He woke up the first time, 5x.., then 3, then 3, then 2, 1 and now.. He slept through the night. 

My husband is so thankful for your help, too. He's been up with him and this morning, linden woke up, ran in and said, "hi, daddy! Love you!" 

It's actually made them closer, too. He normally always runs to me in times he needs comfort or encouragement and it is so nice (and helpful!) to see this change in their relationship. 

Thank you so much. I think it'll be a bit before my brain is back to human; but I feel like the hardest part is behind us.

My husband might pop in to say thank you, too. 

We were literally at our breaking point and such a small, yet necessary change was all it took to make this dramatic impact on the quality of our life. 

Devon, you're a friggin miracle worker."


In our 90 minutes together, you’ll learn:

  • How to make bedtime easy and delightful for the whole family
  • What the Robot Bus Driver is and how it will save your sanity
  • How to get your child to stay in their own bed, all night long
  • Why those reward charts and stickers and clocks didn’t work for you, and how to implement them effectively
  • Whether naps are your friend or your enemy (don’t worry, I won’t make you give them up if you don’t want to)
  • How to support your child emotionally through this change, without becoming a screaming monster or a total wet noodle. (bonus: clients have reported this effect leaks over into all aspects of parenting and improves it!)
  • How to bounce back from illness, vacation, and anything else that derails your progress

I’m a single mom, so don’t let obstacles hold you back from this. Sleep is the most precious gift I give my kid every night.

Why am I qualified to teach this?

Because in addition to being a baby and toddler sleep coach and sleep coach trainer, I have a degree in Developmental Psychology and career background in Early Childhood Education.  I spent over 20 years as a babysitter and nanny, and 3 years teaching public school preschool and Kindergarten. I know how kids learn, and I know what really works, and I know what frustrates parents. I have been in the trenches and lived to tell the tale.

As a baby professional myself, it was a hard pill to swallow that I had negatively affected my child’s sleep via lapses in boundaries. Devon helped me in a way that actually got through (I’m stubborn!) and provided solid, personalized counsel. My son was 3.75 years old when I (re)trained him with Devon’s help. Now, we are back to about eleven hours of no-nonsense sleep in his own bed, and I’m back to enjoying my own space and getting better much sleep myself!

After my son’s father left, the little guy started sleeping in my bed. I didn’t mind it at first and it was somewhat necessary for awhile, but I went totally lax and found him still in my bed six months later, going to sleep at 10 pm.