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Toddler (13-35 Months)

Are you still up multiple times at night when you thought your child would be sleeping through the night by now?

Is bedtime taking longer than usual because your child is stalling and/or wants you there with him?


Are you ready to get your own bed back after a long time of co-sleeping?

Confident Trainer Package

This package includes:

  • comprehensive assessment of everything affecting your child's sleep.

  • personalized sleep plan with the following:

    • background information and explanation of sleep issues

    • step-by-step sleep training directions designed for your specific child and your goals 

    • schedule/nap help 

    • applicable tips and tricks

    • help with caregivers, if applicable

  • one email exchange to answer any initial questions you have about the plan.


One-on-One Support

This package includes everything from the Confident Trainer Package PLUS:

  • my one-on-one support throughout the whole process.

    • Contact me daily, as needed, for help as you work through the plan.​

  • access to a private sleep log where I analyze progress and provide feedback along the way.

  • an After Training Guide to help you with common changes, transitions, and issues for future reference (ie. vacations, illnesses, nap transitions, etc.)​​.

1 Week Support

Custom Plan + 1 week of email support  


2 Weeks Support

Custom Plan + 2 weeks of email support   


*Add text support for $100/week.

Phone call options are available as an add-on.

FAQ: Do I have to let my child cry? 

        You don't have to do anything. However, to move forward with sleep training, you need to be prepared for some crying. I don't use the true CIO method that leaves a child alone, without any check-ins at all, until he falls asleep independently. I also don't use any one particular method. I will get to know you and your child first, then design a plan that is right for you. I can provide tips and make sure all of the ducks are in a row to set your child up for better success, to limit as much crying as possible. But no matter how we go about it- changes need to happen in order to see improvement. I don't know about you, but I don't always love change. That doesn't mean it's bad though, and I eventually adjust to it. Toddlers are no different. It is very likely there will be some protest to these changes, no matter how we go about it. You do need to be ready to commit and follow through, even with any crying, in order to see success.

      "I would highly recommend Ashley’s sleep program. She was extremely responsive and was so patient with my chaotic schedule. The plan we received was very detailed and personalized. We were able to get my 2.5 year old sleeping through the night (alone!) in less than a week. It’s been life changing!"

- Bridgette

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Free Downloads

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Sleep Times Chart

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Pacifiers and Sleep

Overcoming Bedtime Battles E-Course

        Do you find yourself dreading bedtime because it's such a hassle and/or takes so long? The Overcoming Bedtime Battles course will help you gain back control of bedtime so that you can say goodnight and enjoy your evening! 


        "The Overcoming Bedtime Battles program was and is so helpful as my daughter has been having more and varying difficulties at bedtime as a toddler. It is an excellent value- packed full of tips & tricks, relevant behavior and clinical info, and other resources like printable schedules. Thank you, Ashley, as always, for saving bedtime!"


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