The best part was the troubleshooting during implementation that helped the most. That is something a book cannot do.

I cannot begin to express how lovely it is to finally have some time to myself during the day or to get things done around the house. Before our sleep training, we were up 3-6 times per night average, and I was lying beside her (or she was on my lap) while she napped 3 times a day.. I was literally a “nap slave”….Before baby came along, I had no idea that getting them to sleep would be such a time consuming and frustrating chore.  They say that consistency is the key to success with any type of training, but this is difficult when you are attempting various suggestions from the collection of “sleep solution” books, which come without any personalized troubleshooting advice. After nursing to sleep, lap napping, and so many wasted hours trying things that never worked, hoping for success, we called Jammy Time. That day, I said to my husband, “I wish someone would just tell me what to do and how to do it” and thank goodness that is what Shan did for us. She outlined a plan and rules for how to carry out bedtime and nap times; these were tried and tested ways. But, the best part was the troubleshooting during implementation that helped the most. That is something a book cannot do.  The first few nights were pretty tough on us all, but knowing it was going to help so much in the long run made the whole thing a little more bearable. The consistency that comes with a structured sleep time routine lets baby know exactly what is coming; sleep.  Our six month old daughter slept through the night all by herself with no help on night 5, and had naps in her cribs right from the start. It’s amazing how some extra consolidated sleep can make one happy family a better functioning, well rested, happy family. Thanks Shan!

Jocelyn, Calgary, AB