There is no other gift like a child.

Thus, it takes a village to raise one. We are here by your side to support you as you navigate parenthood. There may not be parenting manuals, but there is a science to sleep.

How long is my child supposed to sleep, you may ask? If they are under age 3, they should sleep 11-12 hours per night and take long naps during the day (newborn sleep will be interrupted with night feedings). If your child is 4-11 years old, they require 10 hours of sleep and a regular bedtime.

If you have tried to help your child sleep well and still have questions, know that what you are experiencing is absolutely normal. You are your child’s parent, not a sleep expert!

As a Certified Sleep Sense™ Consultant, I work one-on-one with parents to help their children sleep better within days. We stand behind our service 100% and guarantee that you will see significant results or we will refund your payment.

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You were not designed to survive parenting.
You were made to thrive.

The first step to thriving begins with adequate rest.
We are here to serve you and your family, so that you do not have to sacrifice one more sleepless night.

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BOOK A DISCOVERY CALL

We offer a free 15-minute consultation to answer sleep questions regarding your child.

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If you are ready to help your child sleep well, click below and we will get started right away! .

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GIVE YOU AND YOUR CHILD THE GIFT OF SLEEP

Your child and you will be healthier and happier with peaceful bedtimes and uninterrupted sleep.

Why didn’t we try this sooner?! As we speak he is sound asleep in his crib - and has been since 7:15 pm. We are so pleased to get the evenings to ourselves again, and Tinius - who has always been a very happy boy - is even more happy now!
— Karianne Wanggaard
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About Us

SleepGrace began as a desire to support parents through the early years of parenthood, that at times felt grace-less.

Grace [noun]; definition: favor or goodwill

We believe that you should be filled with support when you bring your child home as you navigate learning how to care for them.