Published: Wednesday 24 October 2018

There's nothing more pleasing than hearing that another family have benefited from To Baby and Beyond's sleep support programme. We know that our tailored, bespoke advice and support works, helping parents to reclaim their nights and enjoy their days but it's always rewarding to get feedback from the happy families themselves. Here's the latest review for our sleep support programme:

"We sought help from Julie when our daughter was about 7 months old following about 3 months of dreadful nights of interrupted sleep and hours of hopeless rocking and feeding. We were on our knees but were not comfortable with leaving her to ‘cry it out’.

"Julie listened to our story and put together a straight forward plan to move her to her own room, teach her how to self settle and wean her off nighttime feeding. We were sceptical about whether it could really make a difference and not massively enthusiastic about the initial ‘pain’ required in carrying out the plan to achieve a longer term ‘gain’. But we followed it anyway and our daughter responded immediately.

"Within a day or two she was sleeping for longer stretches at night and after a couple of weeks we started reducing the feeding eventually getting to one feed before we went to bed, which I then dropped. Julie supported us immensely throughout the training process, responding to all our neurotic emails and giving us some general advice once our package ended to keep sleep on track in the future.

"Our daughter was ill half way through the training so Julie paused the support until she was better. I’ve already recommended Julie to several people as the support was life changing for us."

So if you're pulling your hair out at interrupted nights or a detrimental lack of napping, get in touch. Julie will talk through the options available and how she will work together with you to solve your child's sleep problems. Call us on 01273 702496 or email In the meantime, we have plenty of other success stories you can read through!

  |   News archive »

Click to enlarge