Mama, I know getting your kid to sleep has you exhausted, frustrated and at the end of your rope.

You feel like you’ll be lying with them forever – and it sucks. 

But you can teach your child to fall asleep alone without having to cry it out.

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Life's so different when your child can fall asleep without you

Lying with my son at night was my life for SO LONG.

Bedtimes lasted until late in the evening – or  I ended up asleep beside him – or lying in the dark, wondering what I didn’t know that other moms did.

Why couldn’t I figure out how to get him to fall asleep without me there? I started to wonder if I’d still be doing it when he was 10 – but luckily we figured it out a little sooner.

And life changed pretty much overnight – no more lying in the dark for literally hours – and losing the whole evening. 

No more DREADING bedtime before we’re even done with dinner.  And actually spending evenings together again like before kids.

Sound good?

Let’s make it happen – and don’t worry, we’re not talking about some miserable cry-it-out method either.

All the methods in the Fall Asleep Alone Toolkit are gentle – and you’ll get our printable resources that support both of you.

A new way to handle bedtimes

Are you SO ready to just pop kiddo into bed, say goodnight and head for the sofa? I was too – I just had absolutely no idea how to make that happen without tears and stress.

You want to support your child – to meet their needs and not leave them to cry – but you have needs too – starting with just a little time to yourself. And that’s okay.

We all need that. 

That’s where this toolkit comes in – because I found that there’s another way to deal with the whole situation. What if you could support your child through learning to go to sleep alone with love, understanding and encouragement?

That’s what the Fall Asleep Alone Toolkit is about.

Because when your child’s a little bigger – an older toddler or a preschooler – you don’t need to use a weaning method like crying it out to teach them to fall asleep without you.

They can talk. You can encourage and influence and support them – without ever letting them cry without comfort. And this toolkit will show you exactly how, step by step.

This isn't for babies

This program’s for preschoolers, not babies. 

So if your sweet little one is 2 and a half  or older and can hold a conversation – if you can reason with them in a simple way – this plan is going to change your evenings for good.

And if your child’s already going to sleep in their own bed, it can happen fast – like a week or two (sometimes less!). You’ll get your child sleeping like a big kid, you’ll get your evenings back  – and you’ll feel great about how you did it.

Those people telling you to cry it out just don’t know any better – and now you will.

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What you'll learn - the ebook

You’ll learn the 4 simple but effective steps you need to help your child move from falling asleep with you – to falling asleep alone. And being fine with that. I never wanted to leave my kids to cry to sleep and you won’t have to either.

You’ll guide, encourage and support them – and you’ll know what to say and do if they resist the changes you’re making.

Packed with support strategies and three layered methods to support different children’s needs, the ebook’s designed to make this process as easy as possible for both of you.

You’ll be supporting your child at every step so they won’t need to cry – just be ready for the tug on your heartstrings when you see your baby being so grown up…

Sleep journal & cheat sheets

And in your printable sleep journal, you’ll keep track of the changes you make and how your child responds. 

You won’t need to worry about forgetting the strategies that work best – because you’ll have handy cheat sheets and bedtime scripts to help you remember the best things to say and do – even in the middle of a tricky bedtime.

Bedtime chart

Plus, to help you encourage your little one to enjoy going to bed like a big kid, you’ll get this cute bedtime reward chart. Perfect to fill in with stickers or simply tick off.

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I just wanted to let you know that this changed our lives. We had the same problem and this method totally worked when everything else didn't!

Is it REALLY possible to teach your child to go to sleep alone - without tears?

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My name’s Sheena and I know this change is possible because I’ve lived it. When my son stopped nursing to sleep, we began to lie beside him to help him fall asleep.

It worked – but it went on for years. We were stuck with a new baby on the way and a toddler whose bedtimes took up most of every evening.

I would lie in his bedroom in the dark wondering when I’d ever have normal evenings again? What did other moms know that I didn’t? Surely it’s not supposed to be this hard?

And then we learned this simple method – and our lives changed.  My little boy’s okay with going to bed –  he falls asleep alone and we’ve never looked back.

And because I know how much better momlife is when you actually get an evening, now I teach this method to other moms – like you and like Liz …

Liz's story

We're just over two weeks into using your plan for helping our son settle to sleep at night without having an adult in the room with him. It's worked from day one - and I really wasn't expecting it to - we've tried so many different things over the years, but without success. We've had a 100% success rate, even with different people putting him to bed, and a bout of illness for him thrown in. Thank you!
Liz
Mom of five

But can't I just figure my kid's sleep out on my own?

Of course you can. It’ll just take longer. You can keep lying beside your child while they fall asleep and giving them your love and support that way. 

And sooner or later they’ll learn to go to sleep without you – but that could be a long way into the future (literally years!)

But with this toolkit, you’re gonna get there NOW. 

I know you want to feel good about how you bring your kids up – so do I.  You want to nurture them and be there for them when they need you.

And you want to see them move through developmental milestones.

But you can do that and still teach your child to fall asleep alone – so you’ll have a peaceful evening to look forward to at the end of a long day.

Let me show you how.

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Get started tonight for just $24

What you'll get:

When you grab the Fall Asleep Alone Toolkit, you’ll get all of these resources to help you teach your child to fall asleep alone – gently.

  1.  Your step-by-step ebook guide including three methods for teaching your child to fall asleep without you –  because all kids are different.
  2.  Cheat sheets to keep in your phone to remind you of the strategies you need quickly when you need it.
  3.  Suggested bedtime scripts so you’ll know what to say to your child to support and encourage them through.
  4.  Printable 30 day sleep log to chart your progress and help you see what’s working and do more of that.
  5.  A cute printable bedtime chart to fill in with stars or stickers for extra motivation.

Guarantee

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