I don’t know where to start, I could write reams and reams about how amazing I think Emma is, but will try to be succinct! I first contacted Emma when my baby was around 4.5 months old, primarily because I was having a terrible time with her naps. Night wakings were also becoming more frequent. My hope was to establish a nap routine and potentially reduce night wakings.
After our initial consultation (at which Emma gave us a great deal of time), Emma devised a sleep plan and subsequently spent 3 nights with us. I didn’t think I would ever feel comfortable leaving our baby in the care of anyone else overnight, but Emma is so warm, caring and lovely I felt completely at her ease with her in our home with our baby.
Through Emma’s expertise and guidance, Harper is now sleeping through the night and napping really well each day. She is also now sleeping in her own room and with no dummy!
Emma has supported and guided me every step of the way. I can’t tell you how knowledgeable Emma is on every single aspect of sleep for babies and children. I have asked MANY questions and had so many bumps in the road. Emma has had a really helpful and sensible solution to each issue I’ve encountered.
We genuinely wouldn’t be where we are now with Harper’s routine if it wasn’t for Emma. I believe she has an amazing talent and is so caring and supportive as well. I have had some really desperate moments along the way (not all sleep related, some feeding issues too) and Emma has even supported me with those issues; she has such a well rounded knowledge of what it takes to achieve the best nights sleep possible for your baby.
I simply cannot recommend Emma highly enough and am so so grateful for the massive change that she has helped us to make with Harper’s sleep. Harper is a much happier baby for getting good rest and we are much happier parents for getting a good night’s sleep! Not to mention the time I have back in my day, now that I can just put Harper down in her cot and know she will nap easily. Emma’s help is truly transformative.
Victoria Robertson, January 2018