Hello! I’m Bryn!
I’ve got a four year old son and a two year old daughter and a heart full of love. I am a sleep sense consultant and a social worker. I specialize in working with sleep deprived parents who want to feel more joy in their lives.
I am an animal loving nature enthusiast who loves to hike, bike, run, read and laugh. But when they were little, my babies loved to cry, which was fine, or so I thought. But as the weeks turned into months, endless months – it wasn’t fine anymore.
You know that feeling?
When you can’t do the things you love because you’re so tired? When you lose sight of yourself, when you stop love being a mom? When your baby is asleep and all you can think about is finding a place to sleep, and dream of all the things you love to do?
Wondering where all the sparkle of motherhood went, and when you’re suppose to take a shower?
Every night you lay your head down on your pillow wishing, pleading, praying that this is the night that they sleep through. What you wouldn’t give for a night of consolidated, uninterrupted, blissful sleep?
You’ve been trying everything for weeks, months, even years, and your not even sure its possible for your baby to sleep.
You’re NOT able to be the mother you’ve always dreamed of
You’re NOT enjoying your marriage
You’re NOT feeling the way you want to
This is NOT how its suppose to be.
No I’m not reading your mind. I’m just reading mine. Because this was me two years ago.
Every night I went to bed praying that TONIGHT would be different…… but was too afraid of waking up to even fall asleep.
I was hesitant to sleep train. I was so misinformed – the thought of leaving my baby to cry it out all alone in his crib seemed horrible. We finally decided upon a sleep program that worked for us, worked for our baby.
And that was huge for me. I no longer resented my kids, my husband. I no longer resented myself.
Now my life is not perfect, and the hard days definitely come, but they’re not the status quo.
I know I can expect to sleep through the night, because my children do. And that means that bedtime is a special time of day, not a nightmare; and when they’re up, I’m not spending my time worrying about how I’ll get them to sleep – I’m actually able to enjoy them.
And I love being able to help other parents too.
Whether they have a newborn that’s keeping them up day and night, or a toddler who won’t give them a moment’s rest, I love working together with mothers to help them be able to get the sleep they need to be the mothers they want to be.
It’s like a dream come true.
I call it reality.
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